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PIEDMONT 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



"Celebrate Jesus' Coming" 

3* 



1997 



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PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

103rd. Annual Session 
November 6, 1997 
Guilford Baptist Church 

Annual Sermon David Horton 

Doctrinal Sermon George Worrell 

Date of Next Meeting: May 7, 1998 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Associational Directory 28 

Associational Staff. 28 

Charts 83 

Church Directory 

Associate Pastors 68 

Church Clerks 74 

Ministers Available for Supply 65 

Ministers of Education 68 

Ministers Ordained/Licensed During the Year 68 

Ministers of Youth 70 

Mission Pastors 68 

Pastors 67 

Stewardship Chairmen 73 

Treasurers 72 

Church Profile Honor Roll I 

Constitution 14 

Executive Board Members 61 

Historical Table 76 

Messengers 59 

Proceedings Annual Meeting 3 

Proceedings Semi- Annual Meeting 7 

Program 2 

Reports 

Associate Director of Missions 34 

Budget 25 

Church Community Ministries Director 34 

Committee on Committees 27 

Credentials Committee 31 

Director of Missions 32 

Evangelism 39 

Executive Board Report 1 1 

Financial Statement 22 

Historical Events 55 

Missions Development 37 

Chaplaincy Ministry 35 



Crisis Center 38 

Homeless Housing Task Force 39 

International Student Ministry 37 

Overnight Hospital Emergency Ministry 39 

Music 40 

Nominating Committee 28 

Ordination Committee 3 1 

Our Beloved Dead 56 

Personnel Committee 30 

Prayer Ministry 42 

Recreation Ministry 41 

Seminary Extension 41 

Senior Adult Ministry 40 

Stewardship 41 

Woman's Missionary Union 43 

Reports of Agencies 

Baptist Children's Home of NC 46 

Baptist Hospital 52 

Baptist Retirement Homes 54 

Division of Evangelism 49 

NC Baptist Foundation, Inc 48 



CHURCH PROFILE HONOR ROLL 



Church Profiles Received 
by the Deadline-October 13, 1997 



Church Person Most Responsible 

#1 Lawndale Teresa Whitehead 

#2 Immanuel Ann May 

#3 Outreach Joseph Duke 

#4 Guilford LaDelle Kay 

#5 Buchanan Alfred Lawhorne 

#6 Hillcrest Bonnie Murphy 

#7 Reedy Fork Bartra Ingold 

#8 Stevens Memorial Merle Coble 

#9 Northeast Suzanne Jenkins 

#10 Bethany Sara Hardin 

SouthsideA/ietnamese Glenda Spivey 



FBC Gethsemane Elizabeth Edgington 

Calvary Sue Byrley 

DayStar Mary Lou Holoman 

Good News Yvonne Foust 

Temple Gary Talton 

Lindley Park June Rash 

Magnolia Street Linda Johnson 

Colfax Honey Humphrey 

Friendship Carolyn Mark 

Sedgefield Ronald Smith, Jr. 

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PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
103rd. Annual Meeting 

November 6, 1997 
9:15 a.m. -3:00 p.m. 
Guilford Baptist Church 
Theme: "Celebrate Jesus Coming 



9:15 



9:30 



9:45 
9:50 



10:10 
10:20 



10:45 

10:55 
11:05 

11:15 



Registration of Messengers 

Morning Session 

Call To Order Jay Love 

Welcome, Scripture, Prayer Richard Hipps 

Constituting The Session Austin Lovin 

Program Committee Report Michael Barrett 

Congregational Hymn Herb Meadows 
Division of Administration 

Executive Board Report Jay Love 
Treasurer's Report and Adoption of Budget Monica Vaughan 

Committee on Committees Report Thomas Brown 

Nominating Committee Report Bill ClafTey 

Credentials Committee Report Ralph Webb 

Seminary Extension Report A. L. Parker 
Miscellaneous Business 
Ministry Reports 

Mission Trip Experiences 



Prison Ministry 

Drama 
Congregational Hymn 
Special Music 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff 
Program Reports 

Celebrate Jesus 2000 
Scripture and Prayer 
Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 



Friendly Avenue 
David Fleming 
Pleasant Garden 
Herb Meadows 
Friendly Avenue Handbells 
Thomas Brown 

Jake Thomhill 
Roy Carter 
Terry Larsen 



Annual Sermon 

12:00 Lunch 



Lawndalc Senior Adult Choir 
David Horton, Pastor, Gate City Baptist Church 



Afternoon Session 

1 :00 Congregational Hymn 

Special Music 
1:10 Testimonies 
1 :40 Director of Missions Report 
1:55 Installation of Officers 
2:00 Congregational Hymn 
2 :05 Introduction of Speaker 

Special Music 

Denominational Speaker 

Prayer and Altar Call 

Adjournment 

Benediction 



Herb Meadows 

Ken Clark, Adrian Harris, Thomas Brown 
Dennis Blackmon 
Dennis Blackmon 
Herb Meadows 
George Worrell 

Darrell Robinson 
North American Mission Board 

Jay Love 
Ron Prcvatte 



PROCEEDINGS 
103 rd. Annual Meeting 
November 6, 1997 - 9:15 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 
Guilford Baptist Church 

Th erne: "Celebrate Jesus 1 Coming " 

The 103rd. Annual Meeting of the Piedmont Baptist Association was 
called to order by the Moderator, Jay Love, member of Cornerstone Baptist 
Church. 

The messengers and visitors were welcomed by Richard Ilipps, pastor 
of the host church. He then read a passage of Scripture and led in prayer. 

Austin Lovin, clerk of the Association and member of Friendly Avenue 
Baptist Church, moved that those messengers who had already registered and 
those who would afterward do so, constitute the Piedmont Baptist Association for 
the purpose of conducting this annual meeting. The motion was seconded and 
approved without opposition. 

Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, moved that 
the printed program be adopted as the order of business along with such changes 
as might become necessary. The motion was seconded and approved. 

Herb Meadows, associational music director and member of Clifton 
Road Baptist Church, led the congregation in singing " This Is The Day" and "I 
Will Sing The Wondrous Story". 

Moderator Jay Love called attention to the executive board report and 
moved that it be approved as printed. This was seconded and approved. 

Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer and member of Rolling Roads 
Baptist Church, called attention to the 1998 associational budget and moved that 
it be approved as printed. The motion was seconded and approved. 

Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Baptist Church, presented the 
Committee On Committees report. Jay Love, moderator, requested that we add 
Ethel Primm, Eller Memorial Baptist Churcb; Otis Davis, pastor of Bessemer 
Baptist Church; and Shirley Barbee, Southside Baptist Church to the Committee 
On Committees. As Moderator he is required to appoint the members of the 
Committee on Committees. He then moved that the report be approved. It was 
seconded and approved. 

Bill ClalTcy, member of Southside Baptist Church and a member of the 
Nominating Committee, presented the Nominating Committee report in the 
absence of tfie chairman, Lucille Grubbs. He asked that we add the name of 
Randall Floyd, Parkway Baptist Church, as youth director. He then moved that 
the report be approved as printed. It was seconded and approved. 

Ralph Webb, chairman of the Credentials Committee and pastor of 
Lankford Memorial Baptist Church, presented the Credentials Committee report. 
DayStar Baptist Church located in Northwest Greensboro was received under 
watchcare at the Semi-Annual Meeting in May, 1997. The Credentials 
Committee recommended that the Church be continued under watchcare for 
another six months to complete the one year requirement. I Ie also reported that 



Committee has been in contact with three other churches that are considering 
coming into the Piedmont Baptist Association. He moved that the report be 
approved. It was seconded and approved. 

A. L. Parker, seminary extension director and pastor emeritus of 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church, presented the Seminary Extension report. He 
introduced Wilson Stewart, pastor of Jessup Grove Baptist Church and teacher 
for the Seminary Extension classes. He moved the adoption of his report. It was 
seconded and adopted. 

During the miscellaneous business period, Charles Quails, member of 
First Baptist Church Greensboro, told about an Interdenominational Community 
Marriage Covenant. The Covenant asks pastors of various denominations to 
present a united front in their policies regarding marriages. It would include time 
for counseling and would be designed to prevent hasty marriages. It is hoped that 
this will help reverse the divorce rate. Mr. Quails moved that the Piedmont 
Baptist Association go on record in support of the Covenant and encourage the 
pastors and churches of the Association to support it. The motion was seconded 
by Ken Clark, pastor of Central Church in Oak Ridge and chairman of the 
Piedmont Baptist Association Family Life Council. The motion passed without 
opposition. 

A. L. Parker spoke on behalf of Campbell University and its expanding 
university programs. 

Beauford Smith, pastor of Colfax Baptist Church and assistant 
association clerk, spoke for the Christian Life Counsel and its opposition to 
gambling, pornography and other moral evils in our society. He suggested that 
we ask where various candidates for public office stood on these issues. 

Dennis Blackmon, director of missions for Piedmont Baptist 
Association, told of several persons who needed our prayers. He asked that each 
of us pray silently for a few minutes and then Richard Hipps offered an audible 
prayer for those who had been named. This concluded the miscellaneous 
business period. 

The ministry reports were given. 

Alex McFarland, minister of youth at Friendly Avenue Baptist Church, 
told about a youth group who worked for a week with an inner city church in 
Memphis. Several young people made professions of faith and the youth group 
themselves were blessed and inspired by the way God worked through them. 

David Fleming, chaplain of Sandy Ridge Prison, told of the work with 
prisoners. He introduced, Wallace Shields, superintendent of Sandy Ridge 
Prison, who praised the work of the chaplain and volunteers. David Fleming 
then introduced Chaplain Reginald Cook, who works with the Guilford County 
Jail and also gives some time assisting at the prison. 

Austin Lovin asked about the possibility of offering literacy training to 
the prisoners. He was told that this had been done in the past but it had ceased 
because of a lack of volunteers. 

The Pleasant Garden Baptist Church presented a brief drama involving 
two women, both of whom were seeking peace of heart and mind. One of them 
was the woman at the well whom Jesus asked for water. The other was a present- 



day business woman. Both of them found what they needed in Jesus. 

Herb Meadows led in the singing of two hymns, "God Sent His Son" 
and "He Walked With Me." 

Thomas Brown recognized new pastors and staff members by calling 
their names. Those who were present were asked to stand and be welcomed by 
applause. There were a total of thirty-eight! 

Special Music was provided by the handbell choir from Friendly Avenue 
Baptist Church. 

Jake Thornhill, Pastor of Hunter Hills Baptist Church and chairman of 
evangelism, spoke with enthusiasm about Celebrate Jesus 2000. It is intended to 
involve any and all churches who wish to participate. Its four points are: 1 ) Pray 
for the lost in our community by name. 2) Personally witness to each lost and 
unchurched person. 3) Proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people. 4) 
Preserve those who have been reached by assimilating them into our churches. 

Roy Carter, pastor of Camp Herman Baptist Church, read from the 
second chapter of Revelation which has to do with the letter to the Church at 
Ephesus. He then led in prayer. 

Terry Larsen introduced David Morton, pastor of Gate City Baptist 
Church, who would preach the annual sermon. 

Special music was presented by the Senior Adult Choir from the 
Lawndale Baptist Church. 

Rev. Horton announced that his sermon title was "When Jesus Tours the 
Church". His main points were: 1) Jesus encourages the pastor, 2) He 
enlightens the people of the church, 3) He commends the church for its hard 
work, loyalty and longsuffering, 4) He condemns the church because it had left 
its first love, 5) He commands the church to remember, repent and return to its 
first love, 6) He cautions the church and 7) He consoles the church. 

Richard Hipps gave directions about the luncheon and a prayer of thanks 
for the food. This concluded the morning session. 

The afternoon session was called to order by Moderator Jay Love. 
Special music was provided by Tom McDonald. 

Three of our pastors gave testimonies in relation to the good spirit in 
their church. 

Ken Clark, pastor of Central Baptist Church Oak Ridge, gave insight 
into the work at his church. He is striving to do God's will and not his own. 
Their youth group went to Jacksonville, Florida and was involved in a 
neighborhood Bible club. Over five hundred people were saved. Their church 
was revitalized through the evangelism work of their youth. 

Adrian Harris, pastor of Clifton Road Baptist Church, stated he did not 
want to go back into the ministry after being out of the ministry for several years. 
He stated that God lead him back to the pastorate at Clifton Road. He stated that 
the members were much in prayer and dedicated in striving to do God's will and 
God was blessing the church with many converts. 

Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Baptist Church, gave insight into 
the work at their church. He said prayer has been a vital part of his ministry. He 
told how God led him to Greensboro and made a way for him to finish his studies 



at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

He shared about his prayer life. He and his wife prayed about their walk 
with the Lord. They also prayed that they would follow God's direction. Rev. 
Brown told about his illness and surgery and how he prayed that God would be 
glorified through this. He also gave an account of his son's car accident and how 
God healed his son. Rev. Brown stated that he believed that if it wasn't for the 
prayers of God's people, his son, Mark, would not have made it. He said, "God 
answers prayer!". 

Dennis Blackmon, director of missions Piedmont Baptist Association, 
gave the mission report. He was thankful for all the good tilings that were going 
on in our churches. One thing he noticed was that prayer has been the key to all 
the good things that have happened in our Association. He stated, "We need to 
pray under the direction of the Holy Spirit". 

Dr. Blackmon shared the results of a survey that was sent to PI] A 
churches about prayer. The survey indicated that prayer was the key to their 
evangelism. He gave statistics which showed that many PBA churches increased 
in Baptisms. 

He spoke on the subject of "Celebrate Jesus 2000"; taking the gospel 
to the world by the year 2000. He stated that through prayer God will open 
doors. He was thankful to God for what He has done and what He is going to do. 

Dennis Blackmon led in the installation of new officers for 1998- 
Thomas Brown, moderator; Ed Roberts, vice moderator; Austin Lovin, clerk; 
Beauford Smith, assistant clerk; Monica Vaughan, treasurer. 

A congregation hymn was led by Herb Meadows. 

George Worrell, pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church gave words of 
appreciation to Dennis Blackmon, director of missions, and Barry Nealy, 
associate director of missions, for their leadership to the Piedmont Baptist 
Association. Dr. Worrell then introduced the denominational speaker, Darrell 
Robinson from the North American Mission Board. 

Dr. Robinson spoke on the subject of "Principles of Celebrate Jesus 
2000". He stated that there wasn't a lot of physical abuse in America concerning 
religion but there was much verbal and political abuse. 

"Celebrate Jesus 2000" is a movement to get the gospel to everyone by 
the year 2000. How do we pray for and get the gospel to everyone in 
Greensboro? For this question Dr. Robinson made reference to Acts 1:8. 

He said "Saturation Evangelism" is Biblical and made reference to 
Matthew 9:35-38. We can accomplish "Saturation Evangelism" by praying and 
purposeful witnessing. 

In his closing remarks he said, "Personal soul winning is practical and 

it works." 

Moderator Jay Love gave thanks to Guilford Baptist Church for hosting 
the 103rd. Annual Meeting of the Piedmont Baptist Association. 

Ken Clark made a motion to adjourn and Ron Prevatle, Guilford Baptist 
Church, gave the benediction. 

Respectfully submitted, Austin Lovin, Clerk and Beauford Smith, Asst. Clerk 



PROCEEDINGS 
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING 
May I, 1997 - 3:15 P.M.-8:00 P.M. 
Lankford Memorial Baptist Church 

The Semi- Annual Meeting of the Piedmont Baptist Association met at 
Lankford Memorial Baptist Church on May 1, 1997. Rev. Austin Lovin. 
associational clerk, called the meeting to order in the absence of Jay Love, 
moderator. 

Rev. Ralph Webb, interim pastor of Lankford Memorial Church, 
welcomed the messengers and visitors to the church. 

Dan Alderman, music director of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, read 
scripture from Isaiali 51:1-9. Ron Freeman, music director of Summerfield First 
Baptist Church led in prayer. 

Rev. Beauford Smith, assistant clerk, moved that the messengers who 
had registered and those who would register later, constitute the Piedmont Baptist 
Association for this Semi-Annual Meeting. It was seconded and carried. 

Herb Meadows, member of Calvary Baptist Church and associational 
music and senior adult director, presented the printed program and moved that 
it be adopted as the order of business for this session with changes as might be 
necessary. It was seconded by Dr. A. L. Parker and approved. 

Lucille Grubbs, member of Stevens Memorial Baptist Church, made 
a motion for the Nominating Committee that Rev. Thomas Brown, pastor of 
Northside Baptist Church, complete the term of vice-moderator for Rev. Mark 
Gray, former pastor of Sharpe Road Baptist Church, who had moved to another 
church out of our Association. It was seconded by Rev. Ken Clark, pastor of 
Central Baptist Church, and approved. The officers and committee members 
presented for the year 1 997-98 were approved 

Two of our pastors who retired this year were recognized for their 
faithful service to their church and the Association. Monica Vaughan, music 
director for Rolling Roads Baptist Church and associational treasurer, presented 
a plaque to Rev. J. Ward Burch who retired in March after thirty- four years in the 
ministry. She spoke of his faithful service to Rolling Roads Baptist Church for 
the past thirteen years. Mrs. Stewart received the plaque for Rev. Burch in his 
absence. 

Rev. Ralph Webb recognized Rev. R. (Bob) M. Southern who retired 
in April. He spoke about each church that Rev. Southern had pastored and his 
reason for leaving (mild roast). He was given a plaque in recognition of his forty- 
five years in the ministry and eight years of service at Pinecroft Baptist Church. 

Dr. Barry Nealy, associate director of missions, gave the evangelism 
report. He spoke about training church members in evangelism to prepare them 
for The Crusade and beyond. Plans had been made to surround Greensboro in 
prayer at six locations for the Greater Greensboro Crusade for Christ. lie 
encouraged everyone to pray for the Bill Glass Crusade. Time was spent in 
prayer by groups of messengers and visitors. Final prayer for the Crusade was 
led by Dan Alderman. 



"Time for Awakening" testimonies were given by Pat Cronin, pastor of 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church; Pam Jones , member of Pleasant Garden Baptist 
Church; and Philip Whitt, pastor of Daystar Baptist Church (new work). 

Rev. Pat Cronin stated that his church had entered into an "awakening", 
growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Pam Jones spoke about "experiencing 
God" which is turning a mess into something beautiful, doing something for Him, 
making adjustments in one's own life. Rev. Philip Whitt fcpoke on "starting 
something new". He gave his testimony and told that about one and a half years 
ago he was in the Northwest section of Guilford County and thought, "This would 
be a good place to start a new church", 

Rev. Ralph Webb read a letter from Daystar Baptist Church requesting 
membership into the Piedmont Baptist Association under watchcare. A motion 
was made by Ed Roberts, member of Lawndale Baptist Church, to accept 
Daystar Church under watchcare. It was seconded by Rev. Gerald Primm, 
member Eller Memorial Baptist Church, and approved. 

Donnie Williams from Reedy Fork Baptist Church brought a 
recommendation that a committee composed of : Chairman-Terry Larsen, Pastor 
Calvary Baptist Church; Chairman of the Baptist Athletic Union- Jim Sowers, 
Guilford Baptist Church; Chairman Properties Committee; Director Recreation 
Commitlee-Donnie Williams, Reedy Fork Baptist Church; Jeff Colbert, 
Cornerstone Baptist Church; Brent Lewis, Hunter Hills Baptist Church; Bonnie 
Reynolds, Sharpe Road Baptist Church; David Ayers, Lawndale Baptist Church 
be elected to bring recommendations for the expansion of outdoor facilities along 
with financing of the facility. The recommendation was moved and passed 
without opposition. 

Dr. Barry Nealy made a recommendation from the Missions 
Development Council. He stated that the lease with HUD which the Association 
has on the four-plex house on Walker Avenue could not be renewed. He 
distributed the PBA Lease Program from HUD that provides housing for the 
homeless. He proposed that the Association purchase the four-plex house from 
HUD for $8 1 ,000. HUD would pay attorney fees. All other closing costs are 
covered by the 1% loan initiation fee which includes survey, appraisal, title 
search, termite certificate, etc. 

Financing of the property would be as follows: A Down Payment of 
$35,000 ($10,000 paid from current PBA Housing Account, remaining $25,000 
paid by borrowing from other PBA Designated Accounts); Loan of approximately 
$46,000 to be secured from a local lender with a 9% interest rate fixed for five 
years and based on a fifteen year amortization; Payment to the Lender 
approximately $500 per month; Payment to PBA Designated Accounts 
approximately $400 per month. A motion was made by Rev. Pat Cronin and 
seconded by Rev. Ken Clark to accept the recommendation and purchase the 
property. The motion was approved. 

Dr. Nealy made a motion from the Missions Development Council that 
the Association approve funding for the Daystar Baptist Church as follows: $750 
per month for the first three months taken from the Shubal Stearns Missions 
Offering and request $750 per month for the first three months from the Church 



Extension Department of the Baptist State Convention. The motion was 
seconded by Rev. Pat Cronin and approved. 

A motion was made that the Program Committee suspend miscellaneous 
business in order to present the Shubal Stearns Budget. Monica Vaughan, 
associational treasurer, presented the Shubal Stearns Missions Budget for 1 997- 
98. She explained the budget of $30,000 which was an increase of $5,000 over 
last year. She made a motion from the Finance Committee that the Shubal 
Stearns Missions Budget be approved as presented. It was seconded and 
approved. 

The Director of Missions report was suspended due to time. 

The doctrinal sermon scripture, Genesis 3:1-4 and Isaiah 14:12-15, was 
read by Rev. Pat Cronin. Dr. Barry Nealy introduced the speaker, Dr. George 
Worrell, pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church. 

Dr. Worrell spoke about the American public being blitzed by the devil. 
He made reference to Ephesians 6:10-1 8. Strong emphasis was on verse 1 1 -"Put 
on the whole armor of God... stand against the evils of the devil". He staled that 
if we are going to win the battle against the devil, we need to know something 
about him. The devil is a supernatural enemy and he will attack our weaknesses. 
The saved person is victorious over the devil because of our Christian growth. 
1 John 3:8b, "For this purpose the Son of God was manifested that He might 
destroy the works of the devil." 

Rev. Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church and 
chairman of the program committee, made a motion to extend the miscellaneous 
business. This was approved. 

Rev. Gerald Primm, chairman of the ordination committee, reported that 
the Committee has responded to requests from two churches since the last 
associational meeting. Willomore Baptist Church asked for help in questioning 
Eddie Leggett, who had been called by the church to be their associate pastor. 
The Committee did this on March 7, 1997 and recommended his ordination. 

Cornerstone Baptist Church requested help to question Scott Lorenz, 
who had been called to serve on the pastoral staff of Bessemer Baptist Church. 
The Committee questioned him in April, 1 997 and recommended his ordination. 

The Moderator received a motion and a second to adjourn the afternoon 
session. Rev. Gerald Primm dismissed with prayer. The group then enjoyed a 
delicious meal in the fellowship hall. 

Following the Shubal Stearns Banquet, the evening session was called 
to order by Rev. Thomas Brown, vice-moderator and pastor of Northside Baptist 
Church. 

The Resolution Committee presented these resolutions: That we express 
our thanks and appreciation to the Lankford Memorial Baptist Church, its pastor 
and staff, for the warm hospitality extended to the Piedmont Baptist Association 
during its Semi- Annual Meeting, May 1 , 1 997. That we also thank them for the 
excellent meal served for the Shubal Stearns Banquet. 

That the Piedmont Baptist Association go on record in opposition to the 
proposed state lottery. A lottery would make the state the promoter of a moral 
evil for the sake of monetary gain and it appeals the most to those who can least 



afford it. That we continue our support and encouragement to the Christian Life 
Council to continue their efforts to stop this legislation; our Director of Missions 
draft a letter to our honorable governor and elected officials of our strong 
opposition to this legislation; the local Christian Life Council keep the churches 
informed of events leading to the enactment of this legislation; we ask each 
church in our Association to join together in righting this legislation. 

The youth choir from Pleasant Garden Baptist Church presented a 
musical under the direction of Paul E. Marth, minister of music for Pleasant 
Garden Church. There was a time of sharing by several of the choir members. 

Pam Jones, member of Pleasant Garden Church, spoke briefly about the 
children's ministry and their involvement in their church. 

Slacey Flowers, member of Friendly Avenue Church, gave a short 
testimony about reading the Bible. 

Sarah Short, member of South Elm Street Baptist Church, gave her 
personal testimony about her salvation and her daily walk with God. 

Robert Vaughn, member of Hunter Hills Church, spoke on evangelism. 
He emphasized that the only Bible some people see is you. 

Rev. Bud Parrish, member of Pleasant Garden Church, introduced the 
speaker, Milton Hollifield, evangelism director Baptist State Convention. Rev. 
Hollifield read Matthew 16:13-19. He spoke on the Church of Jesus Christ, A 
Church of Triumph. He stated that God is still moving in churches and the 
pressure on the church comes from within. God's church is built upon Jesus and 
the future of the church is certain when we as a church worship, work, and 
witness. In conclusion he read Matthew 28, The Great Commission-go home and 
tell, and go in His love and share. He made four points telling how to carry out 
The Great Commission: 1) be ready to minister to the needs of people; 2) be 
prayerful; 3) be generous in what you are investing; 4) be open in the church, to 
all people and to God's will for you. 

Dr. Lawrence Clapp spoke briefly on the history of the Guilford County 
Sheriffs Department and Jail Ministry. He was the first chaplain the Association 
had at the Sheriffs Department. He presented a plaque and monetary gift to Rev. 
Bcauford Smith for his retirement after ten years of faithful service as chaplain 
of the Sheriffs Department and Jail. Rev. Smith will continue to do some 
volunteer work at the jail. He is also pastor of Colfax Baptist Church. 

The Moderator called for a motion to adjourn, which was seconded and 
approved. He announced everyone was invited to the reception in the fellowship 
hall for Rev. Beauford Smith in honor of his retirement. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford Smith, Assistant Clerk 



EXECUTIVE BOARD MINUTES 



February 17, 1997 

The Executive Board of the Piedmont Baptist Association met on 
February 17, 1997 at Northside Baptist Church at 12:10 p.m. after a delicious 
lunch. Austin Lovin, clerk of the Piedmont Baptist Association, called the 
meeting to order in the absence of Jay Love our moderator and asked Barry 
Nealy to take the minutes of the meeting. Herb Meadows led in the singing of 
the congregational hymn, "Victory in Jesus." The host pastor, Thomas Brown, 
shared a verse of Scripture and led in prayer. The minutes of the last meeting 
were introduced and Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, 
moved they be accepted as printed. 

Monica Vaughan gave the treasurer's report. She noted that PBA ended 
1 996 just under the budget but leaders are satisfied with church receipts. Austin 
Lovin asked about two different figures on receipts from December 19, 1995. 
Dennis Blackmon and Monica Vaughan explained that the new accounting 
program required extra information in order to display an accurate balance. Mary 
Odom asked about designated accounts. Gerald Primm asked about bank fees 
and was answered satisfactorily. 

Barry Nealy brought a report from Missions Development: PBA 
received a certificate of appreciation for refugee resettlement; progress was 
reported on Friendship Chapel; there are several ongoing ministries in 
mullihousing. Two church starts are in progress: Rev. Otis Davis shared the 
progress being made at Bessemer's "extended ministry" which is meeting at 
Northeast Middle School. Barry Nealy stated that five families living near 
Northwest Middle School want to start a new church. PBA is helping with plans 
including the need for a sponsor church. They hope to begin meeting in late 
spring or early summer. 

Mary Odom reported thirty to forty more international students were 
served by the International Ministry program than last year. A storage place is 
needed for furnishings for incoming students. Upcoming events include April 1 9 
picnic at PBA and the spring retreat. ESL teachers are using the Gospel of Mark 
as the text for teaching seven students. Helpers are needed. 

George Worrell, pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church and PBA 
evangelism director, introduced "Celebrate Jesus 200", a new evangelistic 
program of our Home Mission Board; The Bill Glass Crusade is a step in this 
effort. He also reported the Prayer Summit held on February 1 1 helped rally 
support preparations throughout many denominations for the May 25-June 1 
Crusade. A forty day prayer and fasting period is set prior to the Crusade. 

Dr. Blackmon explained some changes in names and organizations of 
the Southern Baptist Convention: literature orders will adjust to seasonal 
quarters; the Home Mission Board and Foreign Mission Board names will 
change July 1, 1997; flexibility is essential and local churches make decisions on 
their calendars, etc. 

Testimonies were heard from Mary Odom. She told of the conversion 
of a Russian Student after Thanksgiving. She has attended worship and had 



personal nurture. Soon she will return to Russia. Gal. 6:9, "We will reap if we 
don't get discouraged and give up." She also reported a Bosnian refugee family 
of four asked to learn English and now they are studying in the Gospel of Mark. 
Ron Hill shared the gospel Friday evening at "Fun Friday" activities with this 
couple. 

Mrs. Betty Roberts told of the WMU Annual Focus Banquet held on 
February 1 1 at Florida Street Baptist Church. 

The Ron Hills are traveling in Thailand until March 12. Everyone was 
asked to pray for this witness opportunity. 

Austin Lovin announced the Semi-Annual Meeting will be held on May 
1 at Lankford Memorial Baptist Church. 
August 18, 1997 

The executive board meeting was held in the dining hall of Hunter Hills 
Baptist Church at 12:00 on August 18, 1997. 

After a delicious meal, provided by the church, Thomas Brown, pastor 
of Northside Baptist Church and vice moderator of the Association, called the 
meeting to order. 

Herb Meadows, member of Clifton Road Baptist Church and 
associalional music and senior adult director, led in the singing of three well- 
known hymns, "I Am Resolved", "Power In The Blood", and "Standing on the 
Promises". 

Jake Thomhill, Jr., pastor of Hunter Hills Baptist Church, welcomed us 
to the church. He read a portion of Ephesians, Chapter 6, which has to do with 
putting on the whole armor of God, then he led in the opening prayer. 

Austin Lovin, member of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church and 
associational clerk, recommended that since copies of the minutes of the last 
meeting had been printed and given to everyone present they be approved as 
printed. Kenneth Clark, pastor of Central Baptist Church, moved they be 
approved. It was seconded and approved unanimously. 

Wade Wiley, member of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church and the 
associational finance committee, presented the treasurer's report for Monica 
Vaughan, associational treasurer and member of Rolling Roads Baptist Church. 
Monica then affirmed what had been said by Dennis Blackmon, associational 
director of missions, about salary increases in the proposed budget for 1 998. The 
overall budget was about 4% higher than this year's with salaries being increased 
about 3%. There was one exception to the increase in salary which was the 
chaplaincy position of Reginald Cook. His salary will be increased more than 
3% to meet the level of the other chaplains salaries. 

Dennis Blackmon explained that if the executive board approved the 
proposed budget, this would mean that the members were recommending the 
budget to the annual meeting for final approval. Wade Wiley moved that the 
proposed budget be approved. It was seconded and approved unanimously. 

Barry Nealy, assistant associational director of missions, presented the 
missions development report. He spoke of the multihousing ministry, directed by 



Audrey Womack, the need for a literacy director, partnership ministries, and the 
need for additional space by the Vietnamese Baptist Church. 

He then asked for those present to tell what their churches had been 
doing in missions, both locally and in other places. Several persons responded 
to this. Otis Davis, pastor of the Bessemer Baptist Church reported that their 
"extended ministry", which is meeting in the Northeast High School, was doing 
well. Bessemer Church will be relocating there and joining their extended 
ministry beginning with the worship service on October 5. Their new building 
will be completed in late December. He also reported that Genesis Baptist 
Church, a black congregation composed of about three hundred members who 
had left the Shiloh Baptist Church, was in the process of getting a loan approved 
for the purchase of the present Bessemer Baptist Church property. He said that 
Bessemer Baptist Church was ready to move to its new location. 

The churches whose members reported mission activities included 
Sixteenth Street, Friendly Avenue, Central, Rocky Knoll, and Northside Baptist 
Churches. 

Barry said that they have a continuing need for volunteers to work one 
day a month at the Crisis Center located in Magnolia Street Baptist Church. He 
reported that a new mission church, DayStar Baptist Church, is meeting in the 
Northwest High School and is doing well. 

Mary Odom, member of Central Baptist Church and associational 
director of international student ministries, told of the wonderful opportunity our 
churches have to do foreign missions right here in Greensboro through 
ministering to the hundreds of international students from all over the world who 
are enrolled in our several colleges and universities. A student from South Korea 
spoke briefly to us and thanked us for what we are doing. 

At the conclusion of Mary Odom's report Sanford Smith told us that 
Mary had been recognized at a State Convention International Students Meeting 
as having been a pioneer in this field and that some of the programs she has 
promoted in Greensboro will be tried in other parts of the State. She was given 
a strong round of applause for her many years of service. 

Betty Roberts, member of Lawndale Baptist Church and association 
WMU director, gave the WMU report. She stated that on July 8, 1 997 the WMU 
prayer retreat was attended by one hundred fifty. Also the WMU associational 
leadership training at Caraway and Mundo Vista was attended by all but three of 
our leadership. She added there will be a PBA WMU leadership training at 
Guilford Baptist Church on August 25, 1997 and an Overview of Missions 
training on Tuesday evening, September 23, at Lawndale Baptist Church. 

Dennis Blackmon thanked everyone for coming. There were at least 
sixty persons present from twenty-five churches present. 

Roy Carter, pastor of Camp Herman Baptist Church, led in the closing 

prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Austin Lovin, Clerk 



CONSTITUTION OF 
PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 



ARTICLE 1 
NAME AND PURPOSE 

Section 1. The name of the Association is PIEDMONT BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Section 2. The purpose of the Association is to proclaim the Gospel of 

Jesus Christ by developing and promoting programs to assist the effectiveness of 
the churches in their mission in cooperation with the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE 11 
QUALIFICATION OF MEMBER CHURCHES 

Section 1 . A church admitted to membership in this Association shall be 

a Church which shall cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, be 
recommended by the Credentials Committee and whose membership shall 
consist of believers baptized by immersion only. 

Section 2. Unless it shall be a member of this Association upon the date 

of adoption of this Constitution, a Church to be admitted as a member of tin's 
Association shall apply for membership by submitting a statement over the 
signature of its pastor and clerk that the Church intends to cooperate with the 
Southern Baptist Convention and (he Association and that its members have been 
baptized by immersion only. The Credentials Committee shall use as its basic 
guide in examining the Church the "Baptist Faith and Message" as adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. Upon recommendation by the 
Credentials Committee of the Association and upon a vote of at least two-thirds 
of the messengers voting at a meeting of the Association, a church, or mission 
shall be admitted under the watchcare of the Association. The church or mission 
may after one year, if recommended by the Credentials Committee, be received 
into the full fellowship of the Association. 

Section 3. Each member church shall retain its autonomy, but if the 

Credentials Committee of the Association shall determine that a member church 
has ceased to cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, the Baptist State 
Convention and/or the Association, or has admitted members not baptized by 
immersion only, upon recommendation of the Credentials Committee at a 
meeting of the Association and upon a vote of at least two-thirds of the 
messengers voting at such meeting, a member church may be expelled from 
membership in the Association. No person serving the Association in any 
capacity shall be qualified to continue in office if the member church of which he 
is a member is expelled. 



ARTICLE III 
MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION 



Section 1 . The Association shall meet at least once per year. The annual 

meeting shall begin on the last Thursday of October, unless the Executive Board 
of the Association shall decide upon a different date for the meeting and notify 
each member church at least thirty (30 ) days in advance of the different date. 
Section 2. Special meetings of the Association may be convened by the 

Moderator if the Executive Board shall give prior approval and written notice 
shall be given to the member churches at least ten days prior to the special 
meeting. 

Section 3. The representation of the member churches at annual or 

special meetings of the Association shall be by messengers. Each member 
church shall be entitled to send to a meeting of the Association as messengers, the 
pastor, one (1) additional staff member and not less than six (6) of its other 
members. Each church shall be entitled to one (1) additional member for each 
200 members of that church above 300 members. Churches are encouraged to 
send as many of their Executive Board representatives as possible to serve as 
messengers. 

Section 4. Meetings of the Association and of the Executive Board shall 

be conducted in accordance with parliamentary rules of order as set forth in the 
latest edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE IV 
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Section 1. The officers of the Association are a Moderator, a Vice 

Moderator, a Clerk, and a Treasurer. The Association may elect an Assistant 
Clerk, an Assistant Treasurer and a Parliamentarian, if any is deemed necessary. 
Section 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the annual 

meeting of the Association and shall assume their duties upon the adjournment 
of the annual meeting and hold office until they are replaced by the Association. 
No person may be elected Moderator for more than two successive terms. 
Section 3. The duties of the officers shall include but are not limited to 

the following: 

(a) The Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board. 

(b) The Vice Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board at the request of or in the 
absence of the Moderator at any such meeting. 

(c) The Clerk shall record the proceedings of the Association and the Executive 
Board at all their meetings and shall deliver all notices required by the 
Constitution or directed to be given by the presiding officer. 



(d) The Treasurer shall receive and disburse the funds of the Association as 
directed by the Association or the Executive Board and shall keep accounts of his 
transactions and present an accurate account of same to the annual meeting of the 
Association and as directed by the Executive Board. 

ARTICLE V 
THE .EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Section 1 . The Executive Board shall be composed of the officers of the 

Association, not more than nine (9) members of each church ( which shall 
include the Pastor, one (1) other staff person, the Sunday School Director, the 
WMU Director, theJBrotherhood Director, Chairman of Deacons, and Chairman 
of Finance Committee, and such other number elected by each member church 
necessary to bring the total number of members to nine (9), each director or 
coordinator of each division of the Association and the Director of Missions or 
any other staff member of the Association s ex-officio member without voting 
power. 

Section 2. The Executive Board shall meet at least four times a year or 

in special meeting called by the Moderator upon at least seven days prior notice 
to each of its members. 

Section 3. The Executive Board has authority to act for the Association 

except as limited by tlus Constitution between each meeting of the Association, 
whether annual or special, and is responsible for election of the Director of 
Missions of the Association and administration of 4he Association's business as 
governed by the By-Laws of the Association. 

ARTICLE VI 
LEGAL TITLE TO PROPERTY 

Recognizing that the Piedmont Baptist Association is incorporated, and 
that by law the corporation holds title to its property and further recognizing that 
by law all corporations are required to have officers designated as President, Vice 
President, Secretary and Treasurer, the following officers as set forth in Article 
IV of the Constitution are to serve as officers of the Corporation in the following 
capacities: 

Moderator - President 
Vice Moderator - Vice President 
Clerk - Secretary 
Treasurer - Treasurer 
The signatures of the Moderator and Clerk, acting as President and Secretary of 
the Corporation, shall be required as the means to affect the transfer of property 
owned by the Corporation. The Association shall authorize any transfer of real 
property. Should action of trustees be legally required for any reason in the 



future, the Moderator and Clerk are hereby designated as trustees. 



ARTICLE VII 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . Tliis constitution may be amended by at least two-thirds vote 

of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
proposed amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the churches not 
less than twenty (20) days before the convening of the annual meeting and the 
proposed amendment is read to the Executive Board as information in its meeting 
prior to the annual meeting. 

Section 2. This Constitution may be amended by at least two thirds 

majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association, provided that 
the proposed amendment is moved for passage by the Executive Board and that 
notice of the proposed amendment including all its provisions has been delivered 
to each member church not less than twenty (20) days before the special meeting 
convenes. 



BY-LAWS 
OF 

PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 

ARTICLE 1 
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 

Section 1. Ultimate authority of the Association shall reside in the 

Association duly assembled by majority vote of the duly elected messengers at 
such meeting, provided that a quorum shall be present and voting. A quorum 
shall be at least one (1) messenger from at least 25% of the then member 
churches. 

Section 2. The Executive Board shall have the authority and 

responsibility provided for in the Constitution, Article V Section 3. It may 
establish such committees as maybe necessary to accomplish its responsibilities. 
Each member of any such committee shall be a member in good standing of one 
of the member churches in the Association. Upon election of Director of 
Missions for the Association by majority vote, the Executive board shall retain 
the services of the Director of Missions under a contract which shall include a 
specific description of the duties, responsibilities and other terms of employment. 
If there shall be a vacancy in the position of Director of Missions, the Executive 



Board shall appoint a Search Committee which shall seek, recommend and 
nominate to the Executive Board a candidate or candidates for Director of 
Missions from which nomination or nominations the Executive Board shall elect 
Director of Missions who shall hold office at the pleasure of the Executive Board 
and in accordance with the contract of employment. • 

Section 3. The Director of Missions shall be the Chief Executive of the 

Association and shall report to and be directly responsible to the Executive 
Board. The Director of Missions shall be responsisble for the proper fuction of 
all departments and committees of the Association and shall be a member of all 
such committees, ex-officio. The Director of Missions shall plan and develop the 
programs and objectives of the departments and divisions of the Association and 
shall advise, consult with and counsel the committees, departments and divisions 
to facilitate the attainment of their goals. 

Section 4. An Associational council shall be presided over by the 

Director of Missions and shall be composed of the Directors or Coordinators of 
each of the four (4) divisions (Administration ,Church Development, Christian 
Ministries, Denominational and Public Affairs) together with the officers of the 
Association, Directors of Departments and Ministries. The Council shall be 
responsible for planning and coordinating the work of the committees, divisions, 
departments, ministries, and calendaring the events, meetings and other work of 
the Association to assure the effectiveness of the four divisions. 
Section 5. There shall be four (4) divisions of the Association each to be headed 
by a Director or Coordinator who shall be responsible for guidance of the work 
of his or her respective division as follows: 

1 . Division of Administration. It shall be composed of the committees of the 
Association which have administrative duties, including but not limited to 
committees for credentials, finance, auditing, constitutional revision, properties, 
personnel, nominating, on committees, arrangements for meetings, ordinations, 
resolutions, and program. The work of this division shall be guided and 
coordinated by the Administrative Assistant. This person may be a paid staff 
member. 

II. Division of Church Development. It shall be composed of departments 
designed to edify the member churches in membership, education, and 
proclamation, including but not limited to departments for Sunday School, 
Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism, 
Stewardship, Youth, Senior Citizens, Recreation and TACMO. The Director of 
this division may at the pleasusre of the Executive Board, be retained at salary 
under contract. Each of the departments shall be headed by a Director and all of 
the Directors of the departments shall constitute a Council to advise and consult 
with the Director of the Division. 

III. Division of Christian Ministries. It shall be composed of ministries of the 
Association which are designed to meet human needs in the bounds of our 
Association. These shall include but not be limited to: Church Extension, 
Chaplaincy, Literacy, International Students, Vietnamese Mission and 
Resettlement, the Director of this division may, at the pleasure of the Executive 



Board, be retained at salary under contract. 

IV. Division of Denominational and Public Affairs. It shall be composed of 
committees related to the institutions and agencies of the North Carolina State 
Baptist Convention and/or the Southern Baptist Convention including but not 
limited to Children's Home, Baptist Hosptial, Homes for Aging, Christian 
Education, Cooperative Program, Christian Literature, Cliristian Life and Public 
Affairs, Radio and Television Commission, Baptist World Alliance, Foreign 
Missions, Home Missions, and State Missions. The Coordinator of this division 
shall represent the Association in contacts with the official representatives of any 
and all such agencies. 

The Director or Coordinator of each division shall report the work of his or her 
division to the Executive Board at its regular meeting. 

Section 6. The Chairman and each member of each committee of the 

Association shall be a member in good standing of one of the member churches 
of the Association. Each member of each committee of the Association shall be 
elected at the Annual Meeting of the Association and shall begin his or her duties 
on 1 November thereafter. The members of all committees shall be elected so 
as to serve terms enabling one member to rotate off the committee and be 
replaced each year. Replacements of committee members who shall cease to 
serve during the term shall be made by the Executive Board. 
Section 7. The Committee on Committees shall be composed of at least 

five members appointed by the Moderator and approved by the messengers 
attending the last session of the Annual Meeting. It shall be responsible for 
submitting nominations of persons to serve on the administrative committees of 
the Association set forth in Article II of this Constitution. 

ARTICLE II 
STANDING COMMITTEES 

The Association shall elect, at the Annual Meeting, the Standing Committees 
set forth in this Article, which shall serve for a term of three years, with the 
exception of those being nominated to fill an unexpired term. 

(a) Finance Committee: It shall be composed of six or more persons, including 
the Treasurer and Vice-Moderator of the Association, which shall be responsible 
for the original preparation of the budget, reviewing the financial statements and 
making a report thereof as required to the officers of the Association or to the 
Executive Board. 

(b) Auditing Committee: It shall be composed of two or more members, and 
shall be responsible for auditing the financial rrecords and making a report to the 
Association. 

(c) Ordination Committee: It shall be composed of at least six ordained 
ministers of the member churches of the Association and shall be available to 
counsel with and assist any of the churches of the Association as to any person 
seeking ordination. 



(d) Credentials Committee: It shall be composed of at least nine (9) members 
and shall investigate applications for and recommend to the Association action 
upon affiliation by any church applying within the Asssociation's area. It shall 
also consider and recommend to the Association action with respect to any 
withdrawal of affiliation of any member church from the Association. It shall be 
responsible for investigating and recommending to the Association any question 
regarding the seating of messengers to any annual or special meeting of the 
Asssociation. 

(e) Constitution Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) members 
and be responsible for considering and recommending action to the Association 
with respect to any change in the Constitution or By-Laws of the Association. 
(0 Personnel Committee: The Personnel Committee shall be composed of the 
officers of the Association and at least three members recommended by the 
Committee on Committees. The Committee shall make recommendations of 
persons who shall be retained by the Association under contract of employment 
with the exception of the Director of Missions and those who may be retained for 
a period of less than three months. 

(g) Nominating Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) members. 
It shall recommend to the April meeting of the Executive Board all directors of 
departments and ministries for election to terms of service beginning at the 
adjournment of the following October Annual Meeting. 

This committee also will nominate to the Annual Meeting names of persons to 
serve as Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer and Historian. 

This committee will also recommend to the Executive Board persons to fill 
unexpired terms of positions listed to be nominated by the Committee. 

(h) Program Committee: It shall be composed of at least four (4) members and 
shall develop and coordinate the program for any meeting of the Association and 
in cooperation with the Executive Board shall designate the place of meetings of 
the Association and arrange with the person to present the annual sermon to the 
Annual Meeting of the Association. 

(i) Resolutions Committee: It shall be composed of at least three (3) members 
and shall develop or review and coordinate presentation of any resolution to be 
presented to the Association for adoption. 

Committees of the Association, whether standing or special, ad hoc committees 
shall meet as frequently as necessary to effect their duties. The Chairman of each 
Committee shall cause to be given at least 48 hours prior notice to the committee 
members of any meeting of the committee. 

ARTICLE III 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . These By-Laws may be amended by al least two-lliirds vote 

of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 



amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the messengers prior to the 
vote thereon. 

Section 2. These By-Laws may be amended by at least a two-tlurds 

majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association provided that 
the proposed amendment has been distributed in writing to the messengers prior 
to the vote thereon and provided further that a proposed amendment shall have 
been delivered to each member church not less than twenty days before the 
special meeting convenes. 

Constitution and By-Laws adopted on May 19, 1980 

Article V, Section 1,3; Article VII Section 1 ; By-Laws Article 1 Section 2, 3, 4. 
5 Amended Sessions, October 23, 1980. 

By-Laws Article 1 Section 4, 5, 7; Article II, first Paragraph, (!)♦ (g), Amended 
Sessions, October 29 and 30, 1987. 



Article II Section 2, 3; Article VII Section 1, Amended Sessions, October 27 and 
28, 1988. 

Article VI; By-I^ws Article 1, Section 5, Sub-Section 1, Amended Sessions, 
November 2, 1989. 

Article III Section 3; Article V Section 1; Article V Section 2; Article VI; By- 
Laws Article II Paragraph (a), Amended Sessions, May 5, 1994. 



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ANNUAL SUMMARY 

1/1/97 Through 12/31/97 



1/1/97- 

Category Description 12/31/97 



INCOME/EXPENSE 
INCOME 

Balance Forward 0.00 

Rank 3,630.80 

Church Receipts 337, 1 15.84 

Other 400.00 

Other RSC 4,548.51 

Tax Refund 562.32 



TOTAL INCOME 346,257.47 
EXPENSES 

01 Sunday Sch 312.26 

03 Baptist Men 183.57 

04WMU 1,564.70 

05 Music 627.07 

07 Evangelism 31.60 

10 Family Mln. cxpemse 485.00 

13 Seminary 825.71 

14 Past on Con-expense 750.33 

15 All Church L 530.80 
16ConvConr 702.50 
17CarDlr 2,288.18 

18 Car Chap 2,045.09 

19 Supplies 2,474.24 

20 Postage 4,520.12 

21 Telephone 2,939.51 

22 Equip Main 8,090.91 

23 Utilities 4,709.60 

24 Janitorial 2,790.80 

25 Build Main 1,069.30 

26 Insurance 3,625.50 

27 Prom Pub 408.93 

29 Library. 165.50 

30 Annual Meet 0.00 

31 Admin Cont 498.27 

32 Director 54,900.00 

33 Assoc Dir 42,955.81 

34 Secretary 19,896.30 

35 P T Office W 5,280.00 

36 Insurance os 4,745.60 

37 Annuity os 11,994.48 

38 Social Sec 1,967.18 

39 Chap Guil 2,420.76 

40 Assoc Chap 23,014.84 

41 Chap Prison 35,560.30 

42 Chap Police 37,641.20 

43 Insurance C 7,274.67 

44 Annuity C 9,765.96 

45 Workman 1,619.75 

46 Christmas G 3,087.58 
50 Misc 800.00 
Uncategnri7.ed Expenses 0.00 



TOTAL EXPENSES 



304,563.92 



TOTAL INCOME/EXPENSE 


41,693.55 


TRANSFERS 




TO Insurance Copay-Designa... 


-4,054.40 


TO Maintenance-Designated 


-5,000.00 


TO Pari iiPt'cliin-Dpcioimfpfl 

1 V-/ 1 II J IIICI .11111/ l/colcllnlvll 


-12,000.00 


TO Reserve 


-22,977.30 


FROM PRISON & JAIL-Designa... 


2,110.00 


FROM Recreation-Designated 


659.75 


TOTAL TRANSFERS 


-41,261.95 



OVERALL TOTAL 



CHURCH RECEIPTS 

1/1/97 Through 12/31/97 

1/1/97- 

Catcgory Description 1 2/3 1/97 



INFLOWS 



Church Receipts: 



Dessemer 


1 QQQ OC 

1 ,777.70 


Bethany 


1,015.49 


Brandt Oaks 


589.41 


Calvary 


15,466.51 


Camp Herman 


1,368.00 


Central 


6,683.00 


Clifton Road 


2,649.96 


Colfax 


2,677.84 


Cornerstone 


8,692.70 


EUer Memorial 


12,697.81 


Florida 


1,200.00 


Friendly Ave 


15,148.74 


Friendship 


50.00 


Gate City 


5,250.00 


Gcthsemanc 


329.72 


Gibsonvllle-Ope rating 


4,507.80 


Good News 


1,200.00 


Greensboro Fi 


26,250.00 


Groometown 


100.00 


Guilford 


13,698.18 


Ilillcrest 


3,666.63 


Hispanic 


1,338.31 


Hunter Hills 


6,000.00 


Immauucl 


6,097.06 


Jessup Grove 


4,956.57 


Laukford 


2,928.00 


Lawndale 


34,702.40 


Lindlcy Park 


1,680.00 


Magnolia St 


2,042.27 


New Hope 


503.36 


Northeast 


2,937.86 


Northside 


12,143.22 


Outreach 


300.00 



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CHURCH RECEIPTS (Cont.) 

1/1/97 Through 12/31/97 



Pnrkwny 


12,703.27 


rinccroft 


1,903.76 


Pleasant Garden 


20,790.00 


Pleasant Grove 


3,089.53 


Rankin 


6,495.00 


Reedy Fork 


5,540.05 


Rocky Knoll 


2,400.00 


Rolling Roads 


4,805.27 


Scdgeficld 


1,517.10 


Sliarpc Rd 


6,816.70 


Sixteenth St 


9,257.00 


•South Elm 


2,004.15 


Southeast 


13,600.50 


Southsldc 


7,976.20 


Stevens 


536.94 


Summei field Fi 


18,932.36 


Sumner 


7,296.37 


Temple 


100.00 


Willomorc 


9,780.82 


Wood lake 


700.00 



TOTAL Church Receipts 337, 1 1 5.84 



TOTAL INFLOWS 



337,115.84 



S1IUBAJL STEARNS 
MISSIONS BUDGET 
1997-98 



Church Extension (Hispanic) $10,000 



Multihousing 




9,500 


New Church Starts 




2,500 


Housing for Homeless and Refugees 


2,000 


Partnership 




1,250 


Benevolence (Crisis Center, Hospital Ministries) 


1,500 


International Students 




1,000 


Chaplaincy Support 




750 


Literacy 




750 


Special Needs 




750 




TOTAL $30,000 


1998 BUDGET 




1 CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 


1997 


1998 


.1 MISSIONS 


10000,00 


10000,00 


1 SUNDAY SCHOOL 


2500,00 


2000,00 


2 DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 


1500,00 


750,00 


3 BAPTIST MEN 


1000,00 


750,00 


4 WMU 


3000,00 


3000,00 


5 MUSIC 


1000,00 


500,00 


6 YOUTH 


1500,00 


750,00 


7 EVANGELISM 


2000,00 


1750,00 


8 STEWARDSHIP 


500,00 


500,00 


9 SENIOR ADULTS 


500,00 


500,00 


10 FAMILY MINISTRY 


1000,00 


800,00 


11 RECREATION 


500,00 


500,00 


12 SECRETARIES CONF. 


100,00 


100,00 


13 SEMINARY EXTENSION 


400,00 


400,00 


14 PASTORIAL MINJCONF. 


1000,00 


750,00 


15 ACLT 


1500,00 


1500,00 


TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 


28000,00 


24550,00 



2 SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

16 CONV/CONF/MISS 

17 CAR/DIR/ASSOC DIR 

18 CAR/CHAPLAINS 

19 SUPPLIES 

20 POSTAGE 

21 TELEPHONE 

22 EQUIPMENT MAINT. 

23 UTILITIES 

24 JANITORIAL SERVICE 

25 BUILDING MAINT. 

26 INSURANCE 

27 PROMO/PUBUCITY 

28 NEW EQUIPMENT 

29 LIBRARY MATERIALS 

30 ANNUAL MEETING 

31 AOMIN. CONT. FUND 
TOTAL SUPORT MINISTRIES 

3 SALARIES/BENEFITS 

32 DIR. SAL/HOUSING 

33 ASSOC. DIR SAL/HOUSING 

34 SECRETARY 

35 PART TIME WORKERS 

36 INSURANCE/OFF. STAFF 

37 ANNUITY/OFF. STAFF 

38 SOCIAL SECURITY 

39 NA 

40 ASSOC. CHAP/GUILF. 

41 CHAP/PRISON 

42 CHAP/POUCE 

43 INSURANCE CHAPLAIN 

44 ANNUITY/CHAPLAIN 

45 WORKMEN'S COMP. 

46 CHRISTMAS GIFTS 
TOTAL SALARIES/BENEFITS 

4 MISCELLANEOUS/RESERVE 



BUDGET TOTAL 



ANTICIPATED 



CHURCHES 
SALES TAX REFUND 
PRISON & JAIL 
BSC 

EARNED INTEREST 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 



2500,00 
2700,00 
2000,00 
3300,00 
5500,00 
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COMMITTEE 



ON 



COMMITTEES 



Committee on Committees 
(Moderator Appointed) 

Mike Jones 1998 

Ethel Primm 1998 

A. L.Parker 1999 

Austin Lovin 1999 

Otis Davis 2000 

Shirley Barbee 2000 

Personnel Committee 

Thomas Brown Moderator 
Ed Roberts Vice Moderator 

Monica Vaughan Treasurer 
Bobby Matthews, Chrm. 1 998 

Jake Thornhill 1999 
Otis Davis 2000 

Credentials Committee 

Ralph Webb, Chrm. 1998 

Joe Hill 1998 

Shannon Wyrick 1998 

Ken Clark 1999 

Mack Trull 1999 

Larry Thompson 2000 

Deryl Holliday 2000 

David Horton 2000 

Ordination Committee 

A. L. Parker, Chrm. 1998 

1998 

Terry Larsen 1999 

Richard Hipps 1999 

Tommy Vogler 2000 

Beauford Smith 2000 

Resolution Committee 

AlShelton 1998 

Jim Fleet, Chrm. 1999 

Gene Lawhome 2000 

Audit Committee 

Debbie Nunn 1998 

Edna Carter, Chrm. 1999 

Randy Minix 2000 

Strategic Planning Committee 

Thomas Brown Moderator 
Ed Roberts Vice Moderator 

Dennis Blackmon Director of Missions 
Barry Nealy Assoc. Director of Missions 
PatCronin 1998 
Sara Parker 1999 
Richard Byrd 2000 



Properties Committee 

John Reagin,Chrm. 1998 

Winfred Gallimore 1998 

Phil Weathersbee 1999 

DonnieHughey 1999 

Fred (Buddy) Short 2000 



Constitution Committee 

John Small, Chrm. 1998 

Larry Patterson 1999 

Vernon Williams 2000 



Finance Committee 

Ed Roberts Vice Moderator 

Monica Vaughan Treasurer, Chrm. 
Wade Wylie Stewardship Director 

Neal Matthews 1 998 

Jim Watson 1998 
George Hayes 1999 

1999 

Jay Bolejack 2000 



Nominating Committee 

Lawrence Clapp, Chrm. 1 998 

Wilson Stewart 1999 

BillClaffey 1999 

Gerald Primm 2000 

Shirley Smith 2000 



Program Committee 
Herb Meadows Music Director 

Michael Barrett, Chrm. 1 998 

1999 

Dan Griffin 1999 
Mike Jones 2000 
Sue Burner 2000 



Partnership Missions Committee 

Bill Krieg 1998 

Mark Howell 1998 

Ralph Metcalf 1998 

Roger I Iowerton, Chrm. 1 999 

Manuel Cunnup 1999 

David Duarte 1999 

Steve Presley 2000 

Ron Hill 2000 

Pat Frazier 2000 



ASSOCIATIONS STAFF AND OFFICERS 



Director of Missions 

Dennis Blackmon, 3708 Hobbs Rd, 27408 288-6268 
Associate Director of Missions 

Barry Nealy, 5305 Bayberry Lane, 27405 545-1561 
Secretary 

Jean Warren, 2925 Martha's Place, 27408 288-1981 
Church-Community Ministries Director 

Audrey Womack, 1823-D Fairfax Rd, 27407 854-4621 
Chaplains 

City Police- Woflbrd Boyd, 

5602 Courtfield Dn 27455 373-2234 
Prison-David Fleming, 

28 1 1 Lamroc Rd, 27407 294-3605 
Sheriffs Department-Reginald Cook 

201 Ray St, 27406 373-3099 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 



Moderator 
Vice Moderator 
Clerk 

Assistant Clerk 
Treasurer 

Sunday School Director 
Adults 
Children 

Preschool 
Youth 

College and Career 

VBS Director 
Co-VBS Director 

Singles 

Bible Drills 

TeamKid 
Discipleship Training Director 
WMU Director 



Thomas Brown, Norths ide, 275-9588 
Ed Roberts, Lawndale, 855-8082 
Austin Lovin, Friendly Avenue, 852-0735 
Beauford Smith, Colfax, 274-3155 
Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads, 299-7909 
Jack Morris, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 
Jim Stagg, Hunter Hills, 299-1332 
Gail Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-9861 
Jeff Doss, Pleasant Garden, 674-5382 
Kay Underwood, Hunter Hills, 299-9035 
Alex McFarland, Friendly Ave, 292-3567 
Gene Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-3895 
Donna Larsen, Calvary, 697-9634 
Martha Eanes, Hunter Hills, 292-9277 
Morris Horner, Lawndale, 288-3824 
Cindi McNeal, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 
Terri King, Friendly Avenue, 854-8804 
Bill ClafTey, Southside, 855-9045 
Betty Roberts, Lawndale, 855-8082 



Assistant WMU Director Debbie Reynolds, Immanuel, 288-7348 
Consultants: 

Women on Mission Shirley Barbee, Soulhside, 275-6926 

Shannon Wyrick, Sixteenth St, 275-7428 
Baptist Nursing Fellowship Jill Foster, Calvary, 674-0607 

Helen Boone, Sixteenth St, 427-5807 
Acteens Kim McDowell, Pleasant Garden, 495-1 853 

Ann Mclntyre, Parkway, 375-3363 
Girls In Action Joyce Greene, Summerfield First, 643-6470 

Martha Hunter, Northeast, 697-9471 
Mission Friends Felicity Gordon, Parkway, 282-2364 

Language/Ethnic Mary Odom, Central, 668-2338 

African/ American Barbara McNeil, Friendship, 852-0375 

Secretary/Treasurer Vernelle Cates, Friendly Avenue, 292-660 1 
Music Director Frances Caviness, Sixteenth Street, 621-3752 

Brotherhood Director Larry Hunter, Northeast, 697-947 1 

Bill Perdue, RA Director, Lankford Memorial 62 1-5282 

Ron Hill, Friendly Avenue 288-4027 
Richard Hipps, Guilford 299-1 234 

Ed Roberts, Lawndale 855-8082 
Greg Pilson, Northside 282-0962 
Jack Norris, Jessup Grove 643-6022 
Wilson Stewart, Jessup Grove 288-1125 
Otis Davis, Bessemer 272- 1128 

Richard Clayton, Lawndale 288-3095 
Music Director Herb Meadows, Clifton Road, 697-8364 

Mike Jones, Calvary 697-9634 
Phyllis Barbour, Clifton Road 299-646 1 

Youth Director 

Senior Adult Dir's. Herb & Marie Meadows, Clifton Road, 697-8364 
Pete Boone, Florida Street 273-6760 
Bobbie Brown, Hunter Hills 299-0359 
Evangelism Director Jake Thornhill, Jr., Hunter Hills, 299-1 332 
Pat Cronin, Friendly Avenue 292-3567 
Philip Whitt, DayStar 852-75 1 

Deryl Holliday, Summerfield First 643-6383 
Bany Darnell, Hunter Hills 299-1332 
Mike Barrett, Pleasant Garden 674-5382 
Stewardship Director Wade Wylie, Pleasant Garden, 697-75 1 7 

Wofford Boyd, Brandt Oaks 373-2460 
Jim Fleet, Eller Memorial 272-44 1 8 



T. E. Pardue, Southside 273-1853 
Ralph Melcalf, Pleasant Grove 299-2622 
Christian Life Director Dee Willis, Lawndale, 288-8377 

Jim Fleet, Eller Memorial 272-44 1 8 

Roy Carter, Camp Herman 3754794 
Beauford Smith, Colfax 274-3 155 

Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial 273-74 1 7 

Kimberly Shimmel, Hunter Hills 547-0090 
Lisa Harris, Hunter Hills 668-9259 
Andy Royals, Florida Street 275-9 1 78 

Recreation Director Donnie Williams, Reedy Fork, 62 1 -025 1 

Rodney Mitchell, Southside 854-2 1 40 

Randy Minix, DayStar 271-2870 
Angela Newsome, Hunter Hills 674-7842 
Bobby Barton, Gate City 299-2420 
Family Ministry Director Ken Clark, Central, 643-7684 

Pastoral Ministries Director 

Seminary Extension Dir. A. L. Parker, Friendly Avenue, 274-3033 
Church Library/Media Center Dir. Shirley Smith, Colfax, 274-3 1 55 
Bold Mission Prayer Coordinator 

Lawrence Clapp, South Elm Street, 379-8613 
Missions Development Director Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-765 1 
Literacy Louise Snyder, Hunter Hills, 292-8732 

Hospital Emergency HousingErnest Jones, Willomore, 697-9893 
Partnership Missions Mike Jones, Calvary, 697-9634 

Brotherhood Larry Hunter, Northeast, 697-947 1 

Mission Action Shirley Barbee, Southside,275-6926 

Homeless Housing Clay Cook, Colfax, 993-5572 

Crisis Center Clay Cook, Colfax, 993-5572 

International Students Mary Odom, Central, 668-2338 

Multihousing Audrey Womack, PBA Office, 275-765 1 

Nominating Committee 
Lucille Grubbs, Chairman 
Louise Kellam, Wilson Stewart, Bill Claffey 



PRESONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee met several times during the year to 
evaluate employee performance and to review salaries. 
Recommendations were made accordingly. 

Bobby Matthews, Chairman 



CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

The Credentials Committee met on April 29 with representatives of the 
newly formed DayStar Baptist Church which is located in the Northwest area of 
Guilford County. 

The Church had made a formal request to be admitted into the 
Piedmont Baptist Association as a cooperating Southern Baptist Church. 

The Committee looked with favor on this request and voted to 
recommend the DayStar Baptist Church at the PBA Semi-Annual Meeting on 
May 12, 1997. 

Three other churches have made contact with the Credentials 
Committee during this year and the doors remain open for further 
communication. 

Ralph Webb, Chairman 



ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Since our last report at the Semi-Annual Meeting in May of this year, 
we have had only one request to meet for the questioning of a candidate for 
pastoral ordination. 

Our committee convened at the request of Michael Barrett, pastor of 
Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. We met with two of the church's deacons and 
the candidate, Jeff Doss, for the purpose of examining him for ordination as a 
staff pastor. 

Our committee questioned the candidate thoroughly for about two 
hours. The committee members were very pleased with the candidate's 
testimony of his conversion experience, his call to the ministry, and his 
responses to all our questions. He was unanimously approved by our 
committee and we recommended to the church that he be ordained as the church 
had intended. 

We desire to communicate to the churches and pastors in our 
association that we are strictly an advisory committee for churches who call on 
us for this service. We are restricted to questioning only men who are called into 
the pastoral ministry and whose churches require ordination. We are not 
available for any other kind of ministerial questioning for the purpose of 
ordination. 

Please allow me this final word as chairman of the ordination 
committee for this past year. This committee is one of the finest I have ever 
been privileged to work with and to chair. My term of office expires this year. 
I will miss the fellowship we have enjoyed in working together, and I thank God 
for these talented and sincere men who have given themselves so faithfully to 
serve the Lord and this association in this extremely important labor of love. 
Gerald C. Primm, Chairman 
Steve Gunter, Ron Hill, Richard Hipps, Terry Larsen, A. L. Parker 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Dennis Blackmon 



Baptisms reach highest level in 25 years. 848 baptisms have been 
reported by the 54 churches and missions. The last time as many as 800 were 
baptized in a single year by the churches of the association was 1 973. Baptisms 
last exceeded 850 in 1972 when the total reached 1007. 

The total for 1996 was 657. That was slightly above average for the last 
five years. The average for the last five years was almost 1 00 more than for the 
previous five years. An increase of almost 200 in a year without simultaneous 
revivals is very unusual. What could account for a 30% increase in the past 
year? 

Why have baptisms increased so dramatically? Many things have 
contributed. Several years ago the association set a goal (after much study and 
prayer) to raise the level of baptisms by an average of 100 per year for the next 
five years. That period ended in 1996. That emphasis no doubt helped to focus 
us on the need to reach the lost. During the past year the preparation for the area 
crusade that was held in May helped with that focus. Strong calls for prayer for 
spiritual awakening, the use of materials such as Experiencing God and Promise 
Keepers challenge for men to stand up and be counted for Jesus, have all 
probably made a contribution. 

The only thing that can be said with any real certainty is that God has 
been at work. He has provided the increase. We must pray that this is only a 
beginning. Many churches have contributed to the increase. At least half of 
the churches reported a larger number for 1997 than for 1996. Last year 6 
churches reported baptisms This year only 3 did. Last year 5 baptized more 
than 30 and only 8 over 20. This year 6 baptized over 30 and 17 more than 20. 

Stevens Memorial baptized none last year and 21 this year. Clifton 
Road baptized 1 last year and 26 this year. Sixteenth Street baptized 2 last year 
and 24 this year. Central went from 5 to 25, and South Elm Street from 1 1 to 
28. Collectively Bessemer, Calvary, Florida Street, Gate City, Lankford, 
Northside, Rankin, and the Vietnamese Mission, increased their baptisms 
from 56 to 110- 96%. 

Sunday School attendance increases. Average Sunday School 
attendance did increase, though not as dramatically as did baptisms. The average 
for the year will be close to 9000. That compares to slightly more than 8600 last 
year and less than 8400 the year before. Only 2 1 churches reported an increase. 
14 reported increases of approximately 10% or greater. Clifton Road increased 
by 87% (62 to 1 16). Friendship, First Gibson ville, Outreach, Rolling Roads, 
Sixteenth Street and First Summerfield all increased by more than 20% in 
average Sunday School attendance. 

Hunter Hills once again led with the greatest numerical gain, 68, First 
Summerfield increased by 60, Clifton Road by 54, Pleasant Garden by 44, 
Sixteenth Street by 38, and First Gibsonville by 24. 



Hunter Hills had the largest average attendance in their Sunday School 
with 810. Pleasant Garden had 730, First Greensboro 689, Lawndale 633, 
Friendly Avenue 416, First Summerficld 349, and Guilford 340. God is to 
be praised for all that He is doing in so many churches of the Piedmont Baptist 
Association. There has not been a time in recent years that the moving of God has 
been so evident in so many churches at once in this association. Most of the PBA 
churches are focused as they have not been in many years on the basic tasks of 
the people of God. Evangelism, developing disciples, ministry beyond the walls 
of the church, and mission involvement, in the area, throughout the state, across 
the nation, and around the world is being done by the churches in a way that 
honors God. 

DayStar-a new church in the northwest. Praise God for the 
beginning of a new church meeting in Northwest High School auditorium. The 
church began public worship in May, and Sunday School was added in July. The 
average Sunday School attendance through September was 40 with around 60 in 
worship. By the end of September, 8 had been baptized. The church is under 
watchcare and should be received into the full fellowship of the PBA in May of 
1998. 

At the same time a number of the churches are going through very 
difficult periods. Those churches need to be prayed for, encouraged, and assisted 
in bearing their burdens. 

The homeless housing ministry of the PBA reached a new level during 
tins year. At the semi-annual meeting of the PBA in May, the association voted 
to buy the housing units that had been leased for several years. We praise God 
for the opportunities to share the gospel through the many ministries of the PBA. 

Can ministering beyond our individual churches make a difference? 
Without a doubt much that is positive in the PBA today is a result of strong 
leaders lending their influence, knowledge, and spiritual insight to associational 
efforts, pastor's conferences, and area wide evangelistic efforts. 

The efforts of all who have had a part in the ministries of the association 
are greatly appreciated. We are also very thankful for the general spirit of unity 
among the churches and leadership of the member churches in the association. 

Praise be to God for all He is doing. 



ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Barry Nealy 



DayStar Baptist Church has joined our Association as the newest 
member congregation meeting at Northwest High School. Rev. Philip Whitt has 
led the group in active outreach, visiting over six hundred homes tins past 
summer. With many new families they have baptized over ten people by the time 
of this annual meeting. Praise the Lord for their vigor! Other new churches will 
begin soon and those who are constructing their first buildings need our help. 
Friendship Daptist Church completed its building at 2201 Sharpe Road with 
many PBA volunteers. In 1998 we want to add to the Vietnamese building and 
construct a first unit for Bethany Church south of Highway 62. 

PBA has assisted Bessemer Church in the move to a satellite meeting 
at Northeast High School. Willi die sale of their building to Genesis Church, they 
intend to erect a new facility on Hines Chapel Road. We praise the Lord for a 
successful move and the ministries these two churches will give their respective 
communities. Other churches may consider this model if they investigate 
relocation. 

Ministries supported by our churches are stronger than ever. Pray for 
God to provide a person to enlist and strengthen the volunteers from PBA 
churches who assist with office work, man the Crisis Center, work with homeless 
housing, and build new chapels. Numerous families and individuals are receiving 
a witness to Jesus Christ through these services to community needs. 

PBA sends a fax or e-mail PRAYER LETTER each Tuesday to all 
churches that want to stay current in prayer requests from local churches and the 
mission fields around the world. If your church wants to receive this list of 
prayer needs or wants a FREE E-MAIL PROGRAM, please call our office or 
leave us an e-mail message. The address is: pbagso@ Juno.com 



CHURCH COMMUNITY MINISTRY 
Audrey Womack, Director 

Multiliousing Ministry this year included 133 Bible studies, 52 worship 
services and required approximately 90 volunteers. The communities where 
activities were held included Applewood Apartments, Midden Forest Estates, 
Random Woods AparUnents, Westview Valley, Woodstream, Lynwood Lakes, 
Woodlake, Liberty Estates, Smith Ranch Motel, South Gate Inn. PBA churches 
participating in these ministries included Calvary, Pleasant Garden, Willomore, 
Hunter Hills, Guilford, Friendly Avenue, and Lawndale. 

As always the most praiseworthy news is the 49 souls who prayed to 
receive Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. Our goal continues to be three 
to five new ministries each year. Please continue to pray that our PBA churches 
will answer the call to take Jesus to our neighbor. 



CHAPLAINCY MINISTRY 



Greensboro Police Department 
Wofford C. Boyd, Chaplain 

We continue to offer ministry to the men and women of the Greensboro 
Police Department. In a day and age when law and order seems spumed in favor 
of disregard and disdain for responsibility and discipline, the police department 
goes about the task of keeping order amidst it all. 

They are a great group of young people. Highly moral, highly ethical, 
all-American, red-blooded, patriotic individuals serving the citizens. They are 
helpers at heart. 

There has been much done and attention given in recent years to 
"helping the helpers." These are efforts to restore, refurbish, and refresh the soul 
and spirit of the helper so that he or she has die internal resources upon which 
they must draw in order to continue giving of themselves. 

That is the purpose and the work of the Chaplain, the Chap lam works 
alongside and in conjunction with the Department's own resources. The 
assistance offered to these men and women by the Chaplain is outside the realm 
of Departmental resources. The ministry touches the personal, emotional, and 
spiritual side of an individual's needs. 

The Chaplaincy is a needed ministry. It is well received and an effective 

ministry. 

Piedmont Baptists have done well to sponsor and support this ministry. 
Thank you for allowing me to be your ministry voice to the men and women of 
die Greensboro Police Department. 

Guilford County Sheriffs Department 
Reginald Cook, Chaplain 

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Another 
year has passed and the Lord is still blessing the jail ministry. Many have given 
their lives to Jesus Christ and have decided to follow his teaching. This year has 
been busy for our jail ministry. On an given day there are at least 325 inmates 
in the Greensboro Jail and 300 inmates in die High Point Jail. Due to these high 
numbers, Bibles have been and still are in great demand. Over 670 Bibles have 
been given out. From September, 1996 until September, 1997 over 11,000 
inmates have been booked into the Greensboro Jail! Crime is very high in this 
county and we need to pray hard for this ministry. 

This year God has blessed our ministry with 10 new volunteers. 
Gibsonville First Baptist share the Word of God every week and counsels at the 
Comity Farm. Praise the Lord for their witness! Pat Rucker is back on Thursday 
afternoons ministering to the females inmates. Chaplain Beauford Smith retired 
last year, but continues to help me as much as possible. A word of thanks to all 
the volunteers who help minister to die inmates in the Guilford County Jails. 



Thanks to all the churches and individuals who donated Bibles, literature, books 
and monies to help this ministry, thanks to Piedmont Baptist Association for 
support and prayers during the year. 

Sandy Ridge Prison 
David Fleming, Chaplain 

Our church members continue to serve God in the prison ministry. We 
provide song services, worship services, food, cosmetic items, Chrisunas gills, 
and literature. Personal Bible study, Acephalous and prisoner sponsorship are 
also very effective ministries at the prison. Many have received Christ and others 
have drawn closer to God as a result of our Christian testimony. 

In my personal ministry, I have visited the hospital, conducted 
weddings, funerals, counseled inmates and staff. I have distributed literature and 
Bibles provided by our churches. Also, I continue to take inmates into juvenile 
homes, churches, and youth groups to share testimonies of how God changes 
lives. 

This year James Jones, ex-inmate who served fourteen years, started a 
new native American Church in Greensboro. His church now comes to the 
prison to provide worship services. 

This year David and Slyvia Williams (David, "Candyman", an ex- 
inmate and ex-drug dealer) have done volunteer work at Urban Ministry Shelter. 
He and his wife, Sylvia, also help out witJi prison worship services and are 
approved sponsors for inmates. David is also beginning a new ministry, an 
aflercare program for inmates. He has rented a house and will be providing 
aftercare assistance for inmates. This will be a God centered program for those 
who are sincere about beginning a new life. He plans to call this new ministry 
Jericho House. Let's pray for his ministry. 

The inmates took an offering and purchased Christmas gifts for the 
children in the Juvenile Detention Center. The staff transported die inmates to 
the Detention Center and allowed them to distribute the gifts and share 
testimonies. 

On October 4, 1996 the inmates participated in an on unit Crop Walk 
for World Hunger. Over $300 was raised which was donated to Urban Ministry 
in Greensboro. 

These examples tell the story of the importance of prison ministry. 
Men learning to live for God and then in turn helping others. This ministry 
teaches takers to become givers. 

These are only a few examples of how God is using us through the 
prison ministry. If you want to be really blessed, become personally involved in 
the Sandy Ridge Prison Ministry. 

Pray for us. We will pray for you. May God bless you for your 
willingness to support this ministry. 

"I was in prison, and ye visited me." 



MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 
Barry Nealy, Director 



The Missions Development Council of our Association plans and 
coordinates all the ministries winch we do together. It also examines needs for 
new ministries and develops them. There is a member on the Council to 
represent each ministry. Our philosophy is that the people who are serving 
should be the ones who decide how ministries develop. We find it easy to make 
changes and to add or give up services because the persons working in the 
ministry understand why changes should be made. They are usually the ones who 
suggest them. Besides a person from each ministry area, we have a promotion 
director and a survey director. Directors of other ministries give their reports in 
the following paragraphs. 

International Ministry 

The ministry to the internationals living and studying in onr city 
continued to be multi- faceted. There was steady growth with different ethic 
groups in organized churches and missions. This was also true in the planned 
activities for international students who study in our colleges and universities. 
Families or single individuals who serve as special friends to the students 
increased to a record number of 48 during the year and represented 1 8 churches, 
serving 89 students! 

As usual, the largest joint event sponsored by the Association was the 
llianksgiving banquet at Greensboro First Baptist Church with over 240 present, 
representing 22 countries who enjoyed a special program presented by 
international talented performers. 

The four major events during the year were: a welcoming picnic, the 
banquet, a farewell cookout, and a summer trip to Hanging Rock State Park. 
Beyond these, were monthly "Fun Fridays" with games and friendly exchange 
where refreshments were supplied by a different church each month. Also 
transportation was provided for students to attend the state retreats at Ridgecresl 
and Caswell in the Fall and Spring. 

Three volunteers have continued to teach conversational English during 
the year. Four Bosnian refugees were additional participants. The Shubal 
Stearns Offering again helped to supply the special English text based on the 
book of Mark from the Bible and some of the many Bible translations distributed 
to internationals. 

Another service given by the ministry was to help in locating some 
apartment furnishings and supplies for new students who needed to locate in 
some place other than living on campus. At orientation sessions for students, the 
opportunities provided by the PBA were presented and at two workshops 
volunteers from the churches were prepared to become involved. Again, during 
the past year there were internationals who were discipled and some who 
experienced a first time acceptance of Jesus Christ into their lives. 



Three new members will join the international council for next year. 
The are Jenelta Wright of College Park Baptist Church, Wayne Freeze of 
Southeast Baptist Church and James Jordan of Calvary Baptist Church. Ladelle 
Kay of Guilford Baptist Church resigned during 1990 and Sheryl Cams of 
Gibsonville First Baptist Church will leave the council after serving several years 
and making outstanding contributions. 

Much appreciation goes to the many who have assisted in the ministry 
in a large variety of ways. However, prayers and additional help is always 
needed. Contact Mary Odom, 668-2338. 

Indeed, there is a great opportunity to answer the request made in 
Psalm 67:2-4 of the Living Bible- "Send us around the world with the news of 
your saving power and your eternal plan for all mankind. How everyone 
throughout the earth will praise the Lordl How glad the nations will be, singing 
for joy because you are their King and will give true justice to their people." 

Who knows how far and how effectively Christian demonstrated love 
will be felt! 



We have experienced much growth since our beginning in June 1 994. 
This is due to the volunteers who so graciously give of their time and effort to see 
that the families who are in need get the food and clothing they would otherwise 
not be able to get. We have added new volunteers (his year who called to offer 
their time to come and assist us at the Center. We are thankful for all who are 
dedicated to the task of assisting at the Center. As always we praise the Lord for 
their wiuiss at the Center. 

In 1996, we averaged assisting 1 8 families who were in need. Of these 
44% were repeats. We had 87 families who were first-timers and 68 were 
repeats. This gave us a total of 1 55 families. So far in the first seven months of 
1997 we are averaging 16 families a month with 64 repeats and 42 are new 
comers. 

Again, we thank the volunteers who give of their precious time to assist 
at the Center and to the churches who continue to suport us with food, clothing, 
and gifts. 

Please continue to pray that God will continue this ministry to help those 
who are in need. 



Mary Odom, Coordinator 
International Council Members 



Shirley Barbee, Southside 
Sheryl Cams, Gibsonville First 



Evelyn Hill, Friendly Avenue 
Larry Jackson Pleasant Garden 
Geneva Metzger, GSO First 
Barry Nealy, Lawndale 
J. C. Williams, Central 



Becky Coleman, Immanuel 
Shelia Flynn, Lawndale 



Felicity Gordan, Parkway 



Crisis Center Ministry 



Clay Cook, Director 



Overnight Hospital Emergency Housing Ministry 



Even though there has not been any recent activity in this ministry, the 
program is still in place. Earlier tins year I reviewed the ministry and updated the 
program with those involved in the ministry. I still think this ministry is a real 
blessisng for those in need of housing during a sickness in the family. 

Ernest Jones, Director 



Homeless Housing 

Piedmont Baptist Association bought four two-bedroom apartments on 
Walker Avenue in May, 1997 to house homeless families. Rent has been paid on 
time and wc have made necessary repairs while beginning repayment of the loan. 
The property was bought for $81,500 and its value is over $120,000. Wc 
borrowed from CCD and have paid our notes without a problem. 

We have aided 6 families so far in 1997 through these rental units. All 
families appreciate this assistance and have paid their rent on time and in full. 
The gospel is shared with each family and with people who service the housing 
units. 

The program has been in place for several years now. We have used 
tins space and another house. We rented these units from HUD for this purpose. 
We praise the Lord that our churches have seen the opportunity to serve housing 
needs for families that have a regular income, but do not qualify for normal rental 
units for many reasons. Some do not have necessary deposits. Some do not have 
a good credit rating. This is not permanent housing. It is simply a way to move 
families to temporary shelter and allow or teach them to save for permanent 
housing needs. 

EVANGELISM 

The major outreach project this year was our Greater Greensboro 
Crusade for Christ. Bill Glass led this eight-day interdenominational crusade at 
the Coliseum May 25-June 1, 1997. Many PDA leaders carried responsibilities 
for planning and support in prayer, music, youth, ushers, counseling and leading 
the crusade executive committee. Beyond the nightly meetings, youth and 
children's events took a gospel witness to people in our area. Twenty six 
churches in our association parti cipated in the events and prayer for the crusade. 

There were thousands present for the worship times and many PBA 
counselors shared their faith after each time of decision. Some received training 
in sharing the gospel and led people to Christ for the first time. That means the 
crusade was a learning experience in evangelism as well as an outreach event. 
The Bill Glass team brought in a number of well-known personalities and music 



groups who share their personal conversion experiences with the crowds. 
Christians saw that telling others about their surrender to Christ helps them make 
that same decision. There were 387 decisions registered and others who did not 
talk to a counselor at the Coliseum. Some of them later shared their commitment 
at a local church. A number of teams from PBA churches went to homes during 
the month of June to lead new converts in Bible study and help them get into a 
local church. We praise the Lord for the community impact the Crusade had in 
the media and in personal conversations all around the area. May we keep talking 
about Jesus and His power to save! 

George Worrell, Director. 



MUSIC 

As 1 expected, the children's music camp this year was the highlight of 
our PBA program. Melodie and Dan Griffin did an outstanding job with the 
children and all of their workers. The musical was entitled "The Amazing 
Scripture Image". It was amazing to watch Melodie teach scripture after 
scripture so quickly to over one hundred children and adults. I suspect more of 
God's Word was taught in those four days than those children will learn in an 
average year. It was taught to them in a way they will always remember. 

It's our prayer that more and more churches will participate in years to 
come. Sowing the seed of God's Word in this way will produce a harvest only 
eternity will measure. 

Thanks to Melodie and Dan Griffin for a job well done. 
Herb Meadows, Director 

SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

Senior Adults of die PBA are still the glue that seems to hold things 
together. When you attend annual meetings, it's the Senior Adults who make up 
the majority attending. Iliey seem to hold the majority of jobs. They are always 
working. They are the busy ones. They are the available ones. They are the 
experienced ones. We must thank God for the Senior Adults in our Association. 

We are also thankful for the many who are not yet a Senior Adult but 
are headed toward picking up the mantle as others lay it down. I'm thankful to 
be associated with the Parkers, Mary Odom, Wade Wylie, the Cunnups and so 
many others, we cannot begin to list them all, doing some of the best work of 
their lives during their retirement years. Say thanks to a Senior Adult and to our 
Lord for their faithfulness. 

Herb Meadows, Director 



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STEWARDSHIP 



The Stewardship Council wishes to thank the churches for their 
continued support of our PDA budget and the Shubal Stearns offer ing. 

Some of you increased your giving during the present year for which we 
are thankful. We trust that many will consider an increase of 1 /2% tol % of your 
undesignated receipts for the coming year. 

It is time for our Shubal Stearns offering to be turned in to the PBA 
office. If you haven't, please do so as soon as possible. 

Wade Wylie, Director 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 

The PBA has two Seminary Extension Centers operating at this time- 
one at Jessup Grove Baptist Church and the other at Brandt Oaks Baptist 
Church. Brandt Oaks has an enrolment of six. 

The Seminary Extension Center began on August 27, 1996 at Jessup 
Grove Baptist Church and has completed five courses as of September 2, 1 997. 
the sixth course, N.T. Survey, Part II (The Gospels) began on October 7, 1997. 
The enrollment for each course is as follows: 

1. B.B. 3100: How to Understand the Bible 28 enrolled 

2. O.T. 3 1 03: O.T. Survey, Part I 19 enrolled 

3. O.T. 3104: O.T. Survey, Part II 17 enrolled 

4. O.T. 3105: O.T. Survey, Part III 15 enrolled 

5. N.T. 3165: N.T. Survey, Part I 19 enrolled 

The sue courses along with ten additional courses make up the certificate 
in Christian Studies. A graduation exercise will be held at the conclusion of the 
courses of study for the certificate. 

Another series of sixteen courses will follow for the diploma in Ministry 
Training, which also includes sixteen courses. 

The class meets on Tuesday evenings at Jessup Grove Baptist Church 
from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for nine weeks plus one session for the final exam. 
The fees are: 1) registration fee $31 .00 2) Book fees-vary in price 3) The 
Baptist State Convention refunds 18$ per student for a scholarship fee. 

The courses are open to all who wish to attend. Most are Southern 
Baptists but other denominations are represented 

Dr. Wilson L. Stewart, Sr., Teacher 
Dr. A. L. Parker, Director 



RECREATION 

Due to limited recreation facilities, our recreation programs have been 
limited to adult and youth programs generally in cooperation with the PBA gym 



facility on Sharpe Road and the Gate City Baptist Church recreation field. The 
following recreational activities were provided this year: 
Softball 

Twenty teams from PDA churches participated in the adult men's 
Softball league and twelve teams from PBA churches participated in the women's 
Softball league. Gate City Baptist Church hosted the women's Softball 
tournament on June 20, 1997 to June 27, 1997. 

Golf 

On September 20, 1997, the annual PBA invitational golf tournament 
was held at the Bel-Aire Golf Course. Eighteen teams from association churches 
participated in the tournament. 

Basketball 

During 1996/97, the adult men's basketball league was conducted by 
the PBA at the gym facility on Sharpe Road. Twelve teams from PBA churches 
participated in the league. 

Also during 1 996/97, the youth basketball league was conducted on 
Saturday mornings at the PBA gym. Eight youth teams from PBA churches 
participated in the league. 

Special thanks to Bobby Barton, Chad Barton and John Murchison for 
their outstanding assistance in our recreation programs. 

Recreation in a Christian environment can often serve as an effective 
ministry for our Association churches. Pray that we will be able to expand our 
programs in 1997/98. 

Randy Minix, Director 

PRAYER MINISTRY 

It has been said, "Prayer is the key to heaven, but it is faith that unlocks 
the door." One of the most powerful yet indispensable elements of ministry, is 
the ministry of prayer. Every attempt to minister should and must be bathed in 
prayer. This last year several things were done to mobilize our churches for 
prayer. 

First, the pastors of the Association were asked to involve themselves 
with other ministers through prayer. At one point we assigned each pastor a 
prayer partner and asked them to pray for each other daily. In addition, we asked 
them to either get together for prayer or call each other and have prayer over the 
phone. 

Second, we had Rev. Norm Sanders come and lead the Pastors' 
Conference in a time of prayer for spiritual awakening. Norm works as the 
Church Relations Director for 1he Cove. Ihe Cove is the Billy Graham Training 
Center in Asheville, North Carolina. Norm led the pastors in a time of training 
in Biblical principles. Next he led the pastors in a time of prayer designed to 
make a practical application of those principles. This meeting was very well 
attended. 



Third, that same evening, Norm led participants from the various 
churches in an evening of training for laypersons in the Biblical principles of 
prayer. The evening session was geared toward prayer in die churches, in 
personal quiet time, in prayer ministries and corporate worship This meeting 
was well attended with over 150 people from the various churches of the PDA 

Each year, we are going to attempt to have one major emphasis on 
prayer for the PBA. We will encourage and assist any church with a ministry of 
prayer. Thank you for this honor and privilege to serve you hi an area that is vital 
to every ministry and every aspect of ministry 

I.awrence E. Clapp., Prayer Coordinator 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Woman's Missionary Union work in die Association is based on Uiree concepts: 

*The Association is a missions entity for local and global missions. 

*WMU in the Association is a missions force. 

♦The Associalional WMU, as a member of die associational missions 
team, cooperates in leading die churches and die Association to be on 
mission, locally and globally. 

Many things have been offered during 1996-97. 

October 7, 1996 was die first Associational Baptist Nurses Fellowship 
meeting under die leadership of Jill Foster and Helen Boone. This is a new 
organization in our State and in some oUier State Conventions. It gives 
opportunities for hands on missions as well as professional, Christian fellowship 
to people in, or retired from, the medical profession. This organization is not just 
for nurses and not just for Baptists, but for any Christian in the medical 
profession who would like to take part. The BNF National Convention was held 
in Charlotte March 6-9, 1997. 

Hie Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer was held November 4, 1 996 
at Northeast Baptist Church widi die theme "Celebrate the Joy of Christ". 
Women in more than 150 countries around the world gathered to pray that day. 
At this annual prayer time we bring our assigned item for die State WMU 
Christmas gift boxes for women prisoners at Central Prison in Raleigh. Ours was 
1,200 bars of soap. An offering is always taken for the Baptist Women's Day of 
Prayer. Ours was $392.25. 

WMU Focus Week Banquet was held February 11, 1997 at Florida 
Street Baptist Church with over 225 in attendance. Our guest speakers, Ron and 
Evelyn Hill, missionaries for forty-one years to Thailand, gave an outstanding 
dialogue of missions background of Thailand. They told of die changes and 
growth, how God worked in many ways through their years there and how people 
came to know Jesus and grow in dieir walk. We were challenged about missions 
and to missions. Beautiful music was presented by "The Voices of Experience" 
choir of Lawndale Baptist Church. For several days calls were received saying 
how meaningful the banquet and program was. To God be the glory! 



March 21-23 Piedmont Baptist Association was well represented by 
Missions Extravaganza at Ridgecrest. Two Vietnamese ladies were able to 
attend with our group. We were happy that our director of missions and his wife, 
Dennis and Alita Blackmon, were able to attend. Each associational DOM and 
WMU director was recognized on Friday evening and were guests at an 
Appreciation Banquet on Saturday evening. 

Our annual PBA WMU meeting was held April 28 at Lindley Park 
Baptist Church. Officers for 1997-98 were elected and a book of reports given 
out. Audrey Womack, PBA Church Community Ministries Director, told us of 
various apartment ministries and opportunities and how Jesus is making a 
difference in lives. Sandy Nail, who leads the apartment ministry for Guilford 
Baptist Church at Weslview Valley on Guilford College Road, told how the Lord 
had laid it upon her heart to lead out in this new ministry and what a difference 
it is making. Some of their youth, who help in this ministry, were with her and 
gave us an example of their puppet ministry. 

July 8 at Southside Baptist Church was a great time of 
fellowhship/snack supper preceding the well attended prayer retreat. Former 
Greensboro native, Jeanie Phillips led our retreat. Jeanie and husband. Gene, 
have retired in Camden, SC after having served as SBC missionaries to 
Zimbabwe for forty years. They left for the mission field from the pastorale of 
Southside Baptist Church here in Greensboro. What a special time of prayer and 
challenge for praying we received I This was certainly a highlight of our church 
year. 

August 25, 1997 closed our special events with our 1997-98 WMU 
Associational Leadership Training at Guilford Baptist Church. Even though the 
bottom dropped out of the clouds just before time for the meeting, we had 91 in 
attendance. We pray for the new year to be filled more with doing missions, 
praying for missions, giving to missions, and encouraging missions through each 
of our local churches. 

Our Mission Friends, GA's and Acteens have super leadership and have 
had outstanding projects and retreats. For instance, 44 Acteens attended the 
Foreign Missions Study in November. GA Winter Thaw in March was well 
attended and also the Mother-Daughter GA Camp at Mundo Vista in August. 
Mission Friends had 26 at Celebration in May. Three ladies had been working 
with Sunbeams for years and are still being faithful working with Mission 
Friends. One lady, legally blind, works with Mission Friends. 

We saw that girls were taken to and picked up from Camp Angel Tree 
at Mundo Vista in August. This camp is a special week for girls in our area who 
have a parent in prison. Their expenses and transportation are provided. This is 
a statewide WMU project. 

Mary Odom, international ministry leader, is a part of our WMU 
leadership. We help with "Fun Fridays", Friend Families, and special occasions 
for internationals. We need more willing families to "adopt" international 
college students. Through the Friend Family program students can see Christ's 
love through us and our homes. 



As your Director, completing my first year, I have to say, " Thank you, 
Lord, for being my strength and enabler and guide." Thank you to a wonderful, 
cooperative PBA staff and to the best leadership team anywhere! 

As a team, we invite you to Come Go With Me ( 1 997-98 WMU theme) 
as we seek to provide information, encouragement, and leadership to all of our 
churches. We only desire to be God's instruments in "The fields which are white 
unto harvest". Please call on us if you have questions, ideas, or needs. 
Betty Roberts, WMU Director 



Baptist Children's Homes of NC 
1997 Book of Reports 



James D. Goldston, III Trustee Chair 
Michael C. Blackwell, President 

At the sound of a car in his grandmother's carport, Jason looked out the 
window, and was shocked to see his mother striding toward the house. 

She was angry, and Jason shouted, "Lordy, it's mamma," as he ran to the 
back bedroom to call the police. 

Just 12 years old, Jason had lived in seven foster care homes and with 
his grandmother on and off since his father died seven years earlier. His 
mother's addictions cost her custody of her only son. For whatever reason, 
tonight she wanted him back. 

Out of control, Jason's mother broke open the door and kicked 
grandmother to the floor. She grabbed her by the hair and "slung me around by 
the hair of my head," grandmother says, remembering. 

Mother shouted for Jason to come out of hiding, and threatened to kill 
his grandmother. She grabbed a bottle, broke it, and held the jagged edge to 
grandma's throat, shouting that she would kill her if Jason didn't come out of 
hiding. 

Just then Jason's aunt arrived from a house next door, and held his 
mother's arms until the police arrived. 

Six years later, grandmother beams with pride for Jason, who overcame 
that tragic, traumatic start in life. Jason garnered academic, athletic and 
leadership honors in a steady stream at Tuscola High School in Haywood County 
and is starting college in August 1997 as a freslunan at The Citadel. 

At Tuscola, he was captain and MVP of the track and cross country 
teams and a conference champion, vice president for his senior class, Cadet 
Colonel and ROTC commander in a group of 1 1 5 cadets, in National Honor 
Society, in the top 10 percent of his class, attended leadership events at Western 
Carolina University and Washington, D.C., and was a peer helper and peer 
counselor. 

At The Citadel he will study political science with a minor in military 
history and international affairs. He wants a military career as a fighter pilot, then 
to enter politics after retirement. 

Jason credits Broyhill Home, his home since that traumatic night in his 
grandma's house. 

"All the accomplishments of my life have been made possible by 
Baptist Children's Homes," Jason said at his final awards banquet at Broyhill 
I Iome, where he received top honors for the second year. 

"Broyhill has made me into a young man with a future, who knows now 
where he is going and what he wants to do. They've opened the doors to enable 
me to do that." 

As for grandmother, who was desperate to find a place for Jason after 



the incident in her house, she prays "every night and I thank God every night that 
we have a place like Broyhill Home and Baptist Children's Homes." 

Jason's story is repeated hundreds of times each year at Baptist 
Giildren's Homes of North Carolina. Not all are as dramatic but every one tells 
of a young person and a family at the end of an unraveling rope, and of BCH 
tying a knot in that rope and helping them to hold on. 

At four residential campuses, six emergency care cottages, two homes 
for behaviorally troubled girls, a maternity home, a home for teenage mothers and 
their babies, therapeutic camping and model day care, 1 ,398 young people found 
help in troubled limes last year. 

During the past year BCH received $1.5 million through the 
Cooperative Program, and $724,000 through the Thanksgiving Offering. Total 
church gifts of $3.05 million comprised 25 percent of the BCH budget. 

In June 1997 BCH successfully completed the $10.1 million "Light 
Their Way" Campaign to raise money for operations, capital needs and 
endowment. Two major priorities of the campaign will be completed in early 
1998; the Winifred Lindsay Education/Administrative Center at Oduni 1 lome in 
Pembroke, and the John D. and Amelia W. Johnson Cottage at Mills Home. A 
third priority, the Hubert M. Craig Lodge at Cameron Boys Camp, has been 
completed. 

A new video, "Families Under Construction" is available to promote the 
1997 Thanksgiving offering, which has a statewide goal of $750,000. the largest 
ever. 

A model program for family preservation has been initiated at Mills 
Home in Thomasville. Two social workers are on staff to work intensively with 
families which arc at risk of being separated, but who, with help, can overcome 
their issues and stay together. 

Thomasville Area Director Bill Scarlett also is initialing ways for 
churches and their members to be directly involved on campus, from tutoring, to 
cooking, to spending early evenings giving personal attention to residents to free 
staff for more intensive counseling. 

Baptist Children's Homes' work was featured in November on "The 700 
Club" and in December on CNN. BCH also adopted a missions statement this 
year, which is "helping hurling children, healing broken families." 

Wherever children are hurling and families are strained, BC1 1 strives to 

heal. 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
1996 ANNUAL REPORT 



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The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its Inception in 
1920 has been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in 
generating endowment to enhance their permanent financial support. The 
uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the institutions and General 
Board staff merits increased individual collective financial support. The Baptist 
Foundation is committed to assisting Individual church members through creative 
stewardship methods to provide permanent financial undergirdlng of these 
ministries. 

As of December 31, 1996, the Foundation held $60,892,220 under 
management. In 1996, $2,600,680 was distributed to Baptist work and $1,259,082 
was distributed to individuals for a total distribution of $3,859,762. 

The income distributions for the entire 77-year history of the N. C. Baptist 
Foundation totals: $10,932,764 income paid to individuals and $16,059,259 to 
Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a grand historical total of 
$26,992,023. 

Richard D. Laws, Chairman of the Board 
Ralph W. Dixon, Jr., Executive Director 



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DIVISION OF EVANGELISM, BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 1997 REPORT 



With joy I report that North Carolina Baptists are continuing to experience progress in our 
evangelism efforts. Both our flill time staff and field staff consultants are leading a variety of 
evangelism training events in many associations as we encourage churches to learn and use 
creative methods for doing evangelism. As a result of the prayers and labor by the members of 
North Carolina Baptist churches empowered by God's Spirit, baptisms in this state increased 
again for the third consecutive year. Based upon data taken from the Annual Church Profiles 
(ACP) and subsequent inquiries, total baptisms reported in 1996 were 25, 674. This is a 1.9% 
increase over 1 995. Many of our churches failed to submit an ACP and their baptisms are not 
recorded in this report In addition to the numerous training events we conduct across the state 
each year, we also present a traditional statewide evangelism conference. The purpose of this 
event is to offer spiritual enrichment and motivation through dynamic preaching and outstanding 
music. This conference encourages church leaders to emphasize the importance of evangelism. In 
1998 the State Evangelism Conference will be held at War Memorial Auditorium in Greensboro, 
February 2-3. 

In cooperation with the Southern Baptist Convention, our theme for 1997-2000 in evangelism will 
be CELEBRATE JESUS 2000 (CJ 2000). This is a four year plan to share a gospel witness with 
every person in the United States. The emphasis for this strategy will be: 1997 Prayer, 1998 
Personal Witnessing, 1999 Proclamation and 2000 Preservation. Promotional packets related to 
CJ 2000 have been mailed to churches. Local associations have both a packet and a video to assist 
in this emphasis. Our goal is to touch every home in North Carolina with a gospel witness before 
the beginning of 200 1 . In addition to the Evangelism Division stati; special assistants known as 
Field Staff Consultants have been trained to help associations and churches in N.C. develop 
strategies which will enable them achieve this goal. These specialists are available to assist in 
association or church evangelism planning, training and implementation. 

When we recognize that 45-50% of the more than 7 million residents of North Carolina are not 
actively affiliated with any church, do we realize that we must penetrate our culture with the 
gospel of Jesus? The staff of the Evangelism Division is available to help reach these people with 
the message of Christ's redeeming love. Often, most newer members in our churches are coming 
as transfer members from other churches while we are failing in our responsibility to reach those 
who have no relationship with Christ Look around your community! Discover where the 
unchurched are I Determine their physical and emotional needs. Develop attractive innovative 
ministries which will give you the opportunity to meet their spiritual needs through the power of 
Christ. 

We are continuing in our efforts with the North American Mission Board (NAMB), 
Communication Services and Public Relations of Baptist State Convention to develop a plan 
which will allow us to broadcast more spot announcements via radio and television. This will 
enable us to highlight both a Christian message and our North Carolina Baptist work. 

PERSONAL EVANGELISM 
The work of our Personal Evangelism Department continues to grow under the creative and 
resourceful leadership of Nelson Searcy. Recently available is a new electronic magazine which 
contains articles, book reviews, educational materials, facts and trends in evangelism, success 



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stories from local church evangelism activities and ideas you can use. Subscribe today by sending 
an E-mail request to nsearcy@bscnc.org or call our office. 

WITNESS TRAINING- Exciting plans are being made to provide opportunities in 1998 for 
more Christians to become confidendy equipped to effectively share their faith. Numerous 
personal witnessing approaches can be learned through BWR, CWT, WIN Schools, One-Day 
Soul Winning Workshops, People Sharing Jesus and others. To schedule a seminar or training 
program, contact the Evangelism Division. 

JESUS VIDEO - Another new and creative way for sharing the Gospel is available by using the 
new JESUS video produced by Campus Crusade. This 2 hour film presents the story of Christ and 
then tells how the viewer can receive Jesus as Savior. Copies of this video can be purchased 
through the Evangelism Division for S5.00 each when purchasing more than 5 copies. It is 
available in several languages at an additional cost This is an excellent way to saturate a new 
community, reach language groups or share the gospel with a friend through a video presentation. 
Individuals may wish to give copies to a video store to be placed in their family video section. 

YOUTH EVANGELISM— More than 2,600 youth and their leaders attended the Youth 
Evangelism Spring Thing and the two Youth Evangelism Weeks at N.C. Baptist Assembly. 
During these conferences, more than 2,050 youth were trained to share their faith. Also, a total of 
704 decisions were recorded which included 177 professions of faith, 465 recommitments, 
25 special service and 37 other. SUPER SUMMER 1997 at Carowinds, another special youth 
evangelism event of the Evangelism Division, was very successful with more than 26,000 in 
attendance despite the rains and flooding resulting from hurricane "Danny". More than 2,322 
youth recorded spiritual decisions during the worship celebration including 563+ professions of 
faith. 

The Personal Evangelism Department began offering a collection of ten Youth Evangelism 
Seminars (Y.E.S.) designed to assist associations and churches in reaching lost and unchurched 
youth in their areas. Many of these conferences were conducted across the state in 1997. Our staff 
is available and desirous to help association and church leadership plan youth evangelism events in 
your area. 

STUDENT EVANGELISM TEAMS- Our two student evangelism teams maintained their 
normally busy summer schedule of music and ministry for state, association and church youth 
events. They performed each day during our Youth Evangelism Weeks, Single Adult Evangelism 
Retreat at Caswell and SUPER SUMMER at Carowinds. The EVANGELS conducted three-day 
Youth Happening events for 16 associations and churches. Their ministry activities included 
music, drama, Bible studies, testimonies, recreation and personal evangelism. WITNESS 
presented 35 concerts in 29 churches in addition to their daily music and testimony concert 
ministry in youth conferences at Caswell, Mundo Vista, Baptist Children's Homes, and resort 
areas. Many youth responded during the invitations presented at each concert Contact the 
Evangelism Division to request one of these youth evangelism teams for the summer of 1998. 

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY CAMPUS EVANGELISM - We continue to work with the Youth 
and Campus Ministry Division and BSU Campus Ministers in offering witness training to 
Christian students on campus. Cooperative plans are also in process for a major statewide 
evangelism event which will target college students. 



SINGLE ADULT EVANGELISM- Each spring we sponsor an evangelism retreat at N.C. 
Baptist Assembly. In June, 210 singles of various ages enjoyed this conference which included 
equipping seminars, worship services and free time. 

EVANGELISM DEVELOPMENT 
We continue to expand the work of our Evangelism Development Department. During his tenure 
as a full-time employee, Ed Bullock: opened new doors of partnership with N.C. Baptist Men as 
we moved three laity rninistries under the Evangelism Division umbrella and joined efforts with 
the Baptist Men's Division. These are: North Carolina Baptist Lay Witness Foundation (NC 
BLWF), Lay Renewal and Prayer for Spiritual Awakening. At the end of 1996, Ed Bullock retired 
from full-time status with the Evangelism Division, but continues to work pan time as a 
Consultant. Some of his responsibilities include Executive Director of the Lay Witness 
Foundation and staff liaison with Lay Renewal. His voice mail is Extension 562. 

EVANGELISM STRATEGIES -In July of 1997 we produced a new three volume set of training 
videos which accompany Darrell Robinson's third edition book Total Church Life . This is an 
excellent tool for developing a church vision which focuses on reaching people with the Gospel. 
We also offer a seminar entitled "Developing a Strategy For Evangelism In the Local Church". 
We are encouraging churches and associations to develop joint mission partnerships and 
crossover events to strengthen evangelism in selected local areas. Reaching the Cities, Towns and 
Villages is a strategy we have created to identify one or more people in every post office 
community who will lead a nucleus group of people in their respective areas in a mission of 
acquainting every person in their locale with the plan of salvation. Through computer technology, 
we now have the capability of supplying a church with a map of their comrnuniry with 
designations indicating where church members, visitors and in-active residents are located. 

MASS EVANGELISM, through the ministry of vocational and bi-vocational evangelists, has 
increased in 1997. We provide a training and fellowship conference annually for our N.C. 
vocational evangelists . Another aspect of mass evangelism relates to our large tent. Numerous 
associations and churches working in cooperative endeavors use this tent each year for mass 
evangelism events. In 1998 we will produce an attractive color booklet to help present the Gospel 
to some of the 25 million tourists who visit N.C. each year. As a part of CJ 2000 Baptist 
associations are encouraged to begin establishing plans now for area wide evangelistic crusades in 
1999. 

INTERFAITH WITNESS -With the fast growing international population of our state and nation, 
tremendous needs exist for helping Christians understand the spurious beliefs of non-christian 
religious groups. This aspect of evangelism is rapidly becoming most important. Our division 
offers training in tnterfaith witnessing which can enable Christians to know how to share the 
Gospel with sincere religious people who have unknowingly been deceived. In addition, we 
maintain a list of specialists who have been certified to lead interfaith witnessing conferences in 
churches. 



Milton A. Hollifield, Jr., Division Director 



Meeting the 
Challenges of 
Health Care 

J\ 1997 
JXeport to 

the Associations 



■ HOSPITAL HIGHLIGHTS 

| Since opening its doors in 1923, The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated has 
remained fully committed to the purpose of carrying out a ministry of healing as taught by Jesus 
Christ. It is this Christ-like spirit that has led patients such as Helen Keller to write: "When I was 

I coming out from under surgery, they treated me with fine love, and I could feel iL I have been in 

1 places where it didn't matter how many times you pressed the call button, you would just lie there 
and wait, but the nurses at Baptist Hospital always came right away. If I ever have to go back to a 

_ hospital, this is where I would come." 

I Baptist Benevolent Care Fund 

Baptist Churches from all across North Carolina joined us in mutual mission through the 

■ Mother's Day Offering. This annual ingathering of love was approved by the Baptist State 

I Convention of North Carolina in 1924. In 1996 the MDO amounted to $456,497.00. It was used 
• exclusively to help patients who had little or no health care insurance or other financial means to 
pay their hospital bills. From this past year's offering, over $200,000 was used to assist members 

■ of our Baptist Churches. May God bless all those who gave so generously. 

Division of Pastoral Care 

During the year the Chaplains and Staff of the Pastoral Care Department provide worship 

I services in Davis Chapel on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday for patients and family 
members. The Pastoral Care Department staff supervised 65 students during the year. They 
made more than 50,000 ministry contacts, an increase of 10% over the previous year. 

CareNet, Inc. continues to grow. There are now 13 counseling centers located in strategic 
I areas across the state. During the year these centers will provide over 26,000 hours of counseling. 
I The Center for Congregational Health, Inc., continues to expand its assistance to ministers 
and churches. Programs and assistance offered to churches include Consultants and Intentional 
I Interims working with churches as they face the challenges of today. The Young Leader's 
I Program helps in leadership development, and the Clergy Wellness Program, Turning Point, is 
I designed to foster a holistic growth-approach to the individual minister's life calling. 

I Points of Emphasis and Progress 

I J. PAUL STICHT CENTER - In April the J. Paul Sticht Center on Aging and Rehabilitation 
opened the doors of a new 240,000 square foot state-of-the-arts building. Here services are 
provided to older adults. These services include a geriatric assessment clinic, Acute Care for the 

I Elderly clinic, Alzheimer's disease and memory disorders clinic, osteoporosis clinic, geriatric 

I gynecology clinic, a women's health center, education services, and a legal clinic for seniors. It 
houses a true "Day Hospital" for seniors - the first in the state - which provides therapy, examina- 

. tions and rehabilitation as day-time treatment, eliminating costly overnight stays. 

r >2 




Touching Uvea With Hope" 



"Touching Lives With Hope 



COMPREHAB - On November 4, 1996, the doors were opened to The Medical Center's new 
CompRehab Center. The 70,000 square-foot building houses a full spectrum of physical rehabili- 
tation and related clinical services, including a Sports Medicine Center, Foot and Ankle Center, 
The Hand Center, Outpatient Physical Therapy Center, Spine Center, and the Neurorehabilitationi 
Center. 

TRAUMA CENTER - The Medical Center has the only designated Level I trauma center in 
Northwest North Carolina. In the trauma center our goal is for the patient to be in an operating 
room 10 minutes after arriving at the Emergency Department. Surgeons, anesthesiologists and 
staff remain on duty 24 hours a day to handle such emergencies. 

TOPS IN RESEARCH - According to a report in the February issue of Applied Clinical Trials, 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine ranked in the top 10 U.S. clinical research institutions. 

QUALCHOICE - Established by The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated, The 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine, and Wake Forest University, this managed care plan provide I 
quality health care and patient physician choice. QualChoice is now able to offer coverage to ! 
ministers and church staffs. 

WEB SITE - You can learn more about The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated by ! 
checking us out on our Web site at: http://www.bgsm.edu. Here you can find helpful informatioi. 
about nutrition, research, and the division of Pastoral Care. 



HEALTH ON-CALL ™- Need a physician or answers to questions about health topics? Dial 
(800) 446-2255. A registered nurse will take your call and help you select the right physician, 
answer your questions, provide information or mail printed material to you. 

SWITCHBOARD - Assistance and information can be obtained by contacting one of our helpful 
and courteous switchboard operators at (9 1 0) 7 1 6-20 11. 

A CLOSING WORD 

In the midst of changing health-care norms, we will not deviate from the mission entrusted to us 
by the Baptist people of North Carolina. We stand fully committed to excellence and compas- 
sion, and remain visionary as we face the demands of the health care market. Under the provi- 
dence of God, we will continue to find the ways and means to be successful without compromis« 



Respectfully submitted. 



oea. 

Len B. Preslar, Jr. 




President 

The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 



53 



Making Life for Older Adults. . . 

The Best of Times 



Thank you, North Carolina Baptists! 

Our February Offering this year was the 
strongest yet. Gifts through the Cooperative 
Program have come to us above the norm. 
Thank you for making it possible for us to 
make this year "The Best of Times" for so 
many North Carolina Baptist Older Adults. 



NEW PLACES 

Cliffwood Retirement Community, 
Fayettevilie 

Opening in early 1999, The Cliffwood 
Retirement Community is designed to meet 
the needs of middle income Older Adults. It 
will offer residents a continuum of care 
ranging from Independent Living and 
Assisted Living options to nursing care. 

A New Retirement Community, 
Concord 

Design work for a new continuing care 
retirement community in the Concord area 
has begun with ground breaking expected in 
the spring of 1998. 

NEW PROGRAfrfS 

Home and Community Based Programs 

The Solarium Programs for Older Adults 
suffering from dementia related disorders are 
well estabb'shed in the Prince Nursing Center 
at Brookridge Retirement Community in 
Winston-Salem and in the Rickman Nursing 
Center at the Western North Carolina 
Baptist Home in Asheville. 



A new home and community based program 
offering respite care to Older Adults in the 
Asheville area began this year. This service 
provides safe, structured, creative 
enrichment for seniors diagnosed with 
dementia-related disorders such as 
Alzheimer's disease, and provides relief for 
families giving in-home care to these dear 
ones. 

NEW PEOPLE 

Winston-Saiem, Albemarle, Hamilton and 
Asheville 

Margaret Almond has joined the Executive 
Management Group as Vice President for 
Development. 

Tammy Hanvood brings nursing and 
management skills to the position of Home 
Manager and Administrator at the Taylor 
House in Albemarle. 

Paulette Richmond is completing a year of 
service as Home Manager/ Administrator at 
The Hamilton Baptist Home in Hamilton. 
Edgar Ferrell, retired pastor of Black 
Mountain First Baptist, now serves as 
Chaplain at the Western North Carolina 
Baptist Home in Asheville. 
Calvin Knight serves as Chaplain at the 
Brookridge Retirement Community in 
Winston-Saiem. 

We send this report with our gratitude for 
your prayers and gifts enabling us to make 
life for Baptist Older Adults . . . 
The Best of Times! 

William B. Stillerman 
Baptist Retirement Homes 
of North Carolina, Inc. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS 



Bessemer 

Began extended ministry on November 3, 1996. Celebrated 75 years 
during the year with special emphasis each quarter. On September 14th. held 
the last Homecoming service in the present facility and removed the cornerstones 
from the sanctuary and the education building. September 28th. held a joint 
worship service with Genesis Baptist Church, the new owners of the facilities. 
Buchanan 

Replaced fellowship hall roof at cost of $8,900. 

Calvary 

Homecoming celebration of 45 years. 

Central 

Ground breaking for new sanctuary and educational building. 
Clifton Road 

Remodeled sanctuary (last time was 1976). 
Eller Memorial 

Celebrated 100th. year anniversary. 
Friendly Avenue 

Renovation of heating and air/conditioning system. A mission tream of 
1 4 went to Argentina. 
Gate City 

Moved into new worship center on June 1, 1997. 
Gethsemane 

Remolded the inside of the church, put in new windows. 
Hunter Hills 

Full lime Christian service: Angie Layton, Travis Hinson, Larry Rising. 
Purchased property on Hickory Grove and Wendover for relocation. 
Immanuel 

Baby dedication of Caleb Ray Collins. 

Hillcrest 

Voted 10/5/97 to call new minister and new organist. 
Pleasant Grove 

Installed new heating and air conditioning system, replacement windows 
in the old part of the church (downstairs), new carpet in the upstairs. WMU 
purchased a new sink and unit of cabinets for the kitchen. 
Rankin 

First annual blood donor drive; bestowed Pastor Emeritus upon Rev. 
RoyT. Thornberry, Jr.; called a new pastor, Rev. Norman E. Taylor, III; called 
a new minister of youth and education, James Rhoton; called a new minister of 
music, Marty Walden; purchased Mary Lucas property next to the church and are 
using it as a parsonage for minister of youth and education; began an Acteens 
organization; purchased a new sign for the front of the church; our CSI 
representative, Cheryl Cobb, moved to Cypress from Singapore. 



Reedy Fork 

Baby dedication May 1 1, 1997. Ordained Rev. Joel M. Gilchrist for 

ministry. 
Sedgefield 

Began a new weekday early education school for children on 
September, 1997. 
South Elm Street 

Refurbished entire facilities. 
Southeast 

Mr. Von Holm was called as part-time Music Director on July 1 6, 1 997. 
lie had previously served as interim music director. 
Stevens Memorial 

Celebrated 75lh. Anniversary 

Temple 

Celebrated 4()th. Anniversary 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Bessemer 

Mrs. Frantrie Deal, Mrs. Isabel Cude, Mr. Walter Jackson, Mr. Dwighl 
Jenkins, Mrs. Ruby Layton, Mr. Norman Lovings, Mrs. Lillie Paul. Mr. Coleman 
Pruitt-Deacon, Mr. Fred Smith, Mrs. Martha Williamson 
Buchanan 

Mrs. Elizabeth Faye King 

Calvary 

Mrs. Ruby Fields, Mr. James Day, Mr. W. II. Matthews, Mr. Sid 
Champion, Mr. James Marshall, Mrs. Lucy Lowe 
Camp Herman 

Miss Brenda May, Mr. Lee Pilchford, Mr. Raymond Woodburn 

Central 

Mrs. Beatrice Wilson 
Clifton Road 

Mrs. Lillie Iddings, Mr. Frank Hudson 

Colfax 

Mrs. Vernon Atkins, Mrs. Pauline Morgan, Mrs. Addie Ballard 
College Park 

Mrs. Floy Doggett (age 102), Mrs. Ruth Reece (age 87) 
Eller Memorial 

Mr. C. T. Capes, Mr. J. P. Newell, Mrs. Fannie Hobbs, Mrs. Ethel 
Hefner, Mrs. Mallie Kincaid, Mrs. Lois McDonald, Mrs. Estell Jones, Deacon 
Arthur Stanley, Mrs. Ethel Clonlz, Mrs. Laura Gregory 
Florida Street 

Mrs. Mary W. Basham, Mrs. Hazel Berry, Mrs. Ovella Bilyeu, Mrs. Dot 
Collins, Mrs. Mary Fowler, Mr. Carey Graham, Mrs. Dorothy G. I Iarper, Mrs. 



Sarah Martin, Mr. Alton T. Melton, Mr. Jack Oakley, Mrs. Alice Purgason, Mrs. 
Matlie Roberts, Mrs. Ina Scoggins, Mr. Percy Sears, Mrs. Mary Spivey, Mr. 
Ralph Taylor, Mr. W. 13. Weaver, Mrs. Ruth Winfrey 
Friendly Avenue 

Mr. Fred Murchison, Mrs. Mary Kuykendall, Mrs. Annie Bell, Mr. Earl 
Bullock, Mr. Roy Greeson, Mrs. Mabel Turner, Mr. Worth Henderson, Mrs. 
Mildred Barnaul, Mrs. Margaret Apple, Mrs. Clayton Snead, Mrs. Isobel 
Greeson, Mr. William Keel 
Gate City 

Miss Winnie Stutls, Mrs. Iva II. Roberson, Mrs. James Alda Pell, Mr. 
Willie A. Bullock 
Gibsonville First 

Mrs. Wilma 1 lucks, Mrs. Lorene SUika, Mrs. Anna Bowman 
Good News 

Ms. Mattie Bales, Mrs. Rosa L. Crim 
Greensboro First 

Miss Bertie Willis, Mr. Clarence Phillips, Mrs. Mary Chandler, Mrs. 
Pearle Weston, Mrs. Dora Jackson, Mr. Raymond Murphy, Mrs. Mary Black 
Davis, Mrs. I^ura Dick, Mrs. Elizabeth Tennant, Mrs. Emma Tesh, Mrs. Louise 
Wilkins, Mr. Lee Oldham, Mrs. Martha Burgess, Mrs. Alice Batts, Miss Hazel 
Dean, Mr. Rums Russell, Mrs. Margaret Phillips, Mrs. Myrtle Vestal, Mrs. 
Treva Light foot, Mrs. Mary Wilkins, Mrs. Lucile Turner, Mrs. Lillian White, Mr. 
Sam I^onard, Mr. Marcus Ball, Mrs. Blanche Hunter, Mrs. Catherine Kennedy, 
Mrs. Minnie Sue Hemphill, Mr. Charles Pinn, Mrs. Marjorie Cockman, Mrs. 
Katheryn Nigh, Mrs. Ruth Ramsey Bradley, Mr. Judson Hinson, Mr. Robert 
Turner, Jr., Mr. Ray Griffin, Mrs. Mozelle Lancaster, Mrs. Pattie Coltrane, Mr. 
Pay Henderson, Mr. M. L. Eakes, Mr. Lawrence House, Mrs. Effie LaBrie, Mr. 
Max Durham, Mr. R. L. Milliard, Mr. Paul Werner, Mr. Charles VanDee, Mrs. 
Inez Omohundro, Miss Sara Ilowerton, Dr. Elisha Railings, Miss Martha B. 
Long, Miss Audrey Cunningham, Mrs. Ann Scruggs 
Guilford 

Mr. Howard Adkins, Mr. David Anton, Mr. Ronald Britt, Mr. H. L. 
Cummings, Mrs. Dora Farrar, Mr. Jerry Gaulden, Mrs. JoAnn Greiner, Mr. W. 
A. Smilherman 
Hillcrest 

Mrs. Louise Beaver, Mrs. Clara Sineath 
Hunter Hills 

Mr. Tommy Bowden, Mr. George Forlines, Miss Emily Parker, Mrs. 
Roberta Brannock, Mrs. Alta Knight 
Immanuel 

Mr. Glenn Sunderland, Mr. John Ernest Snow, Miss Connie Burgess, 
Mrs. Becky Burgess, Mr. Bill Marlowe, Mrs. Lena Lewis, Mr. Theda Bair, Mr. 
Doug Reynolds, Mr. Gary Stevenson, Mrs. Ivory Stevenson, Mr. Wayne Slagle, 
Sr., Mr. Sam Pettaway 



Jess up Grove 

Mr. Aubrey O. Jessup 
Lankford Memorial 

Mrs. Ida Hall, Mrs. Kathleen Dennis, Mrs. Kale Goedkoop, Mrs. Ruth 

Jackson 
Lawndale 

Mrs. Katherine Clark, Mrs. Katherine I larrington. Mr. Bill Parrolt. Mrs. 
Belly Twilley 
Lindley Park 

Mrs. Sudie R. Dallon, Mrs. Maxine M. Hackey, Deacon Edwin E. Rash. 
Sr., Mrs. Margaret T. Rayle 
Magnolia Street 

Mrs. Myrtle W. Andrews, Mrs. Mary Fowler, Mr. 1 1. R. Grogan, Mrs. 
Elizabeth S. Kidd, Mr. Harry C. Stutls 
Northeast 

Mr. Garland Bunion (Deacon), Mr. Henry Maness (Deacon) 
Northside 

Mr. Carl Beeker, Mrs. Porlia Brown, Mr. Howard Bulner. Ms. Alcue 
Helms, Mr. Linwood Oates, Mr. Elbert Powers, Mrs. Juanita Rilter 
Pleasant Garden 

Mr. Tilden E. Capps, Mrs. Jean T. Garrett, Mr. James R. Gladson. Mrs. 
Mary B. Hanner, Mrs. Franklin C. Kelly, Mr. James M. Lunsford, Mr. Arch W. 
Pugli, Mr. Herman R. Ray, Mr. E. C. White Jr., Mr. Lee R. Wright 
Pleasant Grove 

Mr. Richard Parham, Mrs. Lois Faulkner 

Rankin 

Mrs. Jean Brande, Mr. Richard H. Costner, Mrs. Grnce Craven. Mr. 
Albert M. Gregory, Sr., Mrs. Omie Leonard, Mrs. Ruby D. Shellon 
Reedy Fork 

Mr. Garland Wyrick, Mrs. Alice Beal, Mrs. Pauline Younls 
Rocky Knoll 

John Brady, Jr., Leo Lineberry, Alice McFarland, Lottie Underwood, 
Beryl Ilensdale, Floyd Humble, Coy Peele, Grace Tweteti, Gilbert \ Jndcrwood, 
Roger Milliard, Eunice Rives, Charlie Coble, Glen Melton 
Rolling Roads 

Mrs. Betty Craig, Mrs. Janie Lindsey, Mrs. Ruth Bell, Mr. Harvey 

Taylor 
Sedgefield 

Mr. Herman S. Solomon, Jr. 
Sharpe Road 

Mrs. Clara Haithcock, Mr. James Kelley, Mr. Willie Cox 
Sixteenth Street 

Mrs. Vergie Byrd, Mrs. Annie Mae Crulchfield, Mrs. Helen Fuller, Mr. 
Paul Gibson, Mrs. Mildred Hearn, Mrs. Corinna Honnicutl, Mr. Harry Moore, 
Mr. Lawrence Perry, Mrs. Inez Thompson, Mrs. Iris Wilson, Mrs. Edith Wray 



South Elm Street 

Mr. Robbie Ray, Mr. Robert Ray, Mrs. Linda Walston, Mr. Warren 
Pope, Mr. George E. Jones, Mrs. Mary Phillips, Mr. Everette Boltoms 
Southside 

Mrs. Irene Chambers, Miss Mary Peele, Mr. Thomas Reitzel, Mrs. 
Lillie Thrower, Mr. William H. Walker 
Stevens Memorial 

Mr. Earl Nail, Mr. Claude Canter, Mrs. Robin Reim, Mr. Jerry Lucas, 
Mrs. Pearlie Mae Scott 
Summerfield First 

Mrs. Lendora Alexander, Mr. Leonard Blackwelder, Mr. Pat Hall, Mr. 
David Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Nelson, Mr. Joe Toomes, Mr. Harley West, Mr. 
Earl Winfree 
Sumner 

Buck Landrelh, Paul Blacock 
Wiliomore 

Mr. Tony Woods 
Woodlake 

Mrs. Lois Guerrero, Mrs. Beulah Hyatt, Mr. William Johnson, Mrs. 
Judy Thomas 

MESSENGERS 

Bessemer 

Rev. Otis Davis, Miriam Davis, Lucy Lineberry, Frances Funderburk, 
Margaret I (all, Louise Kellam 
Calvary 

Rev. Terry Larscn 
Camp Herman 

Rev. Roy Carter, Larry Rush 

Central 

Rev. Ken Clark, Mary Odom, Stephen Bailey 
Clifton Road 

Vela Godwin, Lib Apple, Wilma Craig, Herb Meadows, Marie 
Meadows 
Colfax 

Rev. Beau ford Smith, Clay Cook, Shirley Smith, Virginia Cook 
Cornerstone 

Jay Love 
Eller Memorial 

Jim Fleet, Gerald Primm 
Florida Street 

Dr. Andrew Royals, Frances Boone, Pete Boone 



Friendly Avenue 

Rev. Pat Cronin, John Durham, Frank Justice, Ronald II ill, Austin 
Lovin, Jack Morris, Alex McFarland, Sara Parker, A. Leroy Parker 
Gate City 

Rev. David Ilorton, Ellavay Drown, Lisa Ilorton, Steve Turner, Rachel 
McCloud 
Gihsonville First 

Deity Welch, Carl Welch, Annie Yow 
Good News 

Rev. Larry Foust 
Greensboro First 

Dr. Kenneth Massey, Geneva Metzger, Steve Pressley, Charles Quails, 
Edwin Vaughan 
Guilford 

Dr. Richard Hipps, John Mikles, Ron Prevatlc. Louis Wchb 

Hillcrest 

Edna Grimes, Peggy Dray, Eva Willard 
Hunter Hills 

Rev. Jake Thornhill, Jr., Louise Snyder, Jim Stagg 
tmnmnuel 

Matildc Rice, Iva Smith 
J ess up Grove 

Dr. Wilson Stewart, Sr., Harold Anderson 
Lankford Memorial 

Rev. Ralph Webb, Harold Hall 
Lawn dale 

Dr. George Worrell, Detty Roberts, Ed Roberts, Rylnnd Young. Joe 
Robertson 
Lindley Park 

Rev. Rickey I jetscm, William Ray, Jr. 
Northeast 

Rev. John Garner, Lance Cooper, Larry Hunter 
Northside 

Rev. Thomas Drown, Irene Melton, Dobby Matthews. Nell Matthews, 
Norma Drown, Myrtle Cockman 
Outreach 

Reginald Cook 

Parkway 

Dr. James May, Nancy Mclnlyre, Norma Adams, Randall Floyd 
Pleasant Garden 

Rev. Michael Darrett, Dud Parrish, Mildred Joyce. Mabel Braswell, 
Ix)ltie Dix, Joe Dix, Robin Halsey, Marian Maness, Jim Maness. Fred I lardin. Jr., 
Wade Wylie 
Rankin 

Rev. Edward Taylor II, Jim Rholon, Edith Slate 



Reedy Fork 

Peggy Clark 
Rocky Knoll 

Jimmy Jones, Clifford Oliver, Louise Wagoner, Billie Watson 
Rolling Roads 

Bob Roach, Monica Vaughan 
South Elm 

Bobbie McKeithan, Wilma Monroe 
Southeast 

Rev. Joey Tomlin, Teresa Tomlin, Loimie Baxley, Sandy Smith, Ann 
Smith, Al LaMachio 
Southside 

Shirley Barbee, Jeanne ClafTey, Bill Claffey, Elsie Hampton, Betty 
Martin, Rodney Mitchell, June Pardue, Virgie Pardue, Betty Walker 
Stevens Memorial 

Rev. Larry Patterson, Judy Patterson, Donna Johnson, Edith Mason, 
Paul Mason, Bea Sutton 
Summerfield First 

Roger Barricks, Roger Collis, Jewel Collis, Ron Freeman, Mark Smith, 
Douglas Parrish, Odell Scott 
Sumner 

Rev. Larry Thompson, Dennis Blackmon 

Hispanic 

Rev. David Duarte 
Vietnamese 

Rev. I loa Due Vo 

Visitors 

Barry Nealy, Phiet Nguyen, Ethel Primm, James Allred, Bertha Burke, 
Ethel Busick, K. R. Rose, Cpt. Wallace Shields, David Fleming, WofTord Boyd 

EXCUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS 

(Include, if not listed, for each church: Pastor, Sunday School Director, WMU 
Director, Brotherhood Director, Chairman of Deacons, Chairman of Finance 
Committee/Treasurer) 

Bessemer 

Chris Cobb, Rev. Otis Davis, Lucy Lineberry, Paul Owen 

Calvary 

Rev. Terry Larsen, Rev. Mike Jones, Jill Foster, Jimmy Myers 
Buchanan 

Rev. Gene Lawhorne 
Camp Herman 

Rev. Roy L. Carter, Al Hall, Richard Nimn, Ralph Ball, Frankie 



Leonard, Harold Brady 
Central 

Rev. Kenneth D. Clark, Frank Yost, Kay Kiser, Carl Young. Roger 
Howerton, Johnny Swicegood 
Clifton Road 

Vela Godwin, Lib Apple, Dr. Adrian Harris, Wayne Brown, Richard 
Pipes, Ronnie Tyner, Herb Meadows 
Colfax 

Rev. Beauford Smith 
College Park 

Rev. Michael S. Usey 
Cornerstone 

Dr. Richard A. Byrd, Sumner Spradling, JcfT Colbert, Pom McMnnus, 
Glenn Wise, Drew Malone, Gary Smith, Joe Crabtree, Jimmy Adams. Barry 
McGugan 
Eller Memorial 

J. D. Holder, Don Rmnley, Sandra Phillips 
Florida Street 

Dr. Andy Royals, Jr., Rev. Steve Sparks, Eddie Billings. Frances Boone. 
Pete Boone 
Friendly Avenue 

Rev. Pal Cronin, Rev. Jack Morris, Doris Henderson, Don Walker. Rev. 
Austin Lovin, Sara Parker, Dr. A. Leroy Parker, Sam Bainbridge. Evelyn Hill 
Friendship 

Rev. William McNeil, Jesse Scott 
Gate City 

Rev. David Horton, Steve Turner, Rachel McCloud. Charles Gray 
Gethsemane First 

Rev. Wade Gibson, Elizabeth Edgington, Beth Dupree, Bobbie 
Marshall, Normie Marshall, Robert Lee, Maria Freeman 
Gihsonville First 

Rev. Jim Smyrl, Clarence May, Jason Litten, Claude Cole, Betty Welch, 
Peggy Litten, David Kay, Dan Rice Tom Cams 
Good News 

Rev. Larry P. Foust, Ricky Richardson, Carol Strayhorn, Henry 
Strayhorn, Robin Strayhorn, Phillip Cole, Sherlock Bynum, Crista Bledsoe. Anne 
Heard 

Greensboro First 

Dr. Kenneth Massey, Dr. Steve Pressley, Scott Culclasure, Sue Weddle, 
ClifTLowery, Ken Tutterow 
Guilford 

Dr. Richard S. Hipps, Rev. Ron Prevalle, Frank Harmon, Betty Webb, 
Dan Dalton, Jimmy Sowers, Annie Long, Granville Robinson, John Mikles 
Hillcrest 

Rev. Larry Pugh, Junior Toler, Thelma Toler, Roy Kasey 



Hunter Hills 

Rev. Jake Thomhill, Jr., Jim Stagg, Dan Griffin, Barry Darnell, Jimmy 
Fox, Susie Crawford, Charles Russell, Donnie Newton, Jack Bailey 
Immanuel 

Rev. G. II. Vaughan, Wayne Ouzts, Debbie Reynolds, Ken Carter, Ron 
Klutlz, Don Slawter 
J ess up Grove 

Dr. Wilson Stewart, Mickey Stephens, Vernon E. Walker, Jim Purdy, 
Peggy Jessup, Harold Anderson, Mae Purdy, Earline Anderson 
Lankford Memorial 

Rev. Ralph Webb, Rev. Earl Epperson, Alma Epperson, Harold Hall 
Lawndale 

Dr. George E. Worrell, Carolyn Allen, Rev. Mark A. Ball, Bob Johnson, 
Terry Jordan, Linda Lewis, Keith Smith 
Lindley Park 

Kay B. Bums, William Hendren, Don Hensley, Rev. Rickey A. Lelson, 
June L. Rash, Bill Ray, Bea Ray, Helen Rose, Kenneth Rose, Sr. 
Magnolia Street 

Tom Clayton, Pat Allen, Neva Sheets, Dolores Blake, John Miller 
Neiv Hope 

Rev. Philip Mosley 
Northeast 

Rev. John Gamer, James Everhart, Wanda Creasy, Pat Davenport, 
Darrell Creasy, Jimmy Russell, Bob Ferguson 
Outreach 

Rev. Joseph Duke 
Northside 

Rev. Thomas G. Brown, Myrtle Cockman, Bobby Matthews, Irene 
Melton, Pattie Miller, Greg Pilson, Buddy Short 
Parkway 

Dr. Jim May, Rev. Randall Floyd, Meda Howell, Kathy Hunt, Jr., 
Gladys Vincent 
Pinecroft 

Rev. Andy Cline (I), Vicky Duncan, Virginia Cockrell, George Shaw, 
Debbie Maffeo 
Pleasant Garden 

Rev. Michael J. Barrett, Earl Blackwell, Lottie Dix, Robert J. Doss, 
Danny I Ialscy, Rev. Fred Hardin, Jr., Kim S. McDowell, Christie F. Woodard, 
Wade Wylie 
Pleasant Grove 

Rev. Ralph Metcalf, James Barber, Lucy Bowman, Cecil Pollard, 
Estelle Pollard 
Rankin 

Rev. Ed Taylor, James Rhoton, Jackie Westmoreland, Beverly Smith, 
I lart Broadaway, Frank Wyatt, Marly Walden, Julie Shelton, Bobby Smith 



Reedy Fork 

Dr. Stephen D. Gunter, Edward P. Powers, H. C. Joines, W. C. Allen. 
Jr., Nancy Routli, Tony Williams, Robert Ingold, Joey Williams, Peggy Clark 
Rocky Knoll 

Butch Culbreth, Frankie Culbreth 
Rolling Roads 

Monica Vaughan, Barbara Moffitt, Dawn Wyrick, I lubert Robertson, 
Keith Tate, Bob Roach, Jean Roach 
Sedgefield 

Rev. Ron Smith. Jr., Paul Tnllle, Jim Moseley, Ron Smith, Sr., Leon 

Boyles 

Sharpe Road 

Eleanor Wyrick, Alton Hall, Donnie Wyrick, Susan Morris 
Sixteenth Street 

Rev. Mark A. Howell, Mark Storz, Bob Straughn, Robert Edwards. Don 

Smith 

South Elm Street 

Dr. Lawrence E. Clapp, Wilma Monroe, Bobbie McKcithan 
Southeast 

Rev. Joey Tomlin, Sanford Smith, Dean Bumgardncr, Linda DuiTcr, 
Lonnie Baxley, Milton Transou, Al Machio 
Southside 

Rev. Steven O. Walsh, Rev. Rodney Mitchell, Sterling Nicholson, Betty 
Martin, T. E. Pardue, Renay Brown Elsie Hampton, Garvie Chambers, Betty 
Walker 

Stevens Memorial 

Rev. Larry Patterson, Bea Sutton, Thelma Wilson, Paul Mason, Ray 

Mason 

Summerfield First 

Dr. Dcryl Holliday, Rev. Ronald Lrccman, Earline lluninan, l ay 
Proulx, Jack Reid, Zak Walker, Tommy Lawrence, Gladys Osborne, Mildred 
Presson 
Sumner 

Rev. Larry D. Thompson 

Temple 

Rev. Gary W. Talbert 
Willomore 

Rev. Donald Shellon, Tim Mundy, Rev. Johnny Grccson. Dale Robbins, 
Eddie Leggett 
Woodlake 

Rev. Thomas L. Vogler, Sr., Gary Reed, Lynn Reed. Kevin Burger. 
Kenny Steed, Roy Entrekin, Patsy Bunn, Douglas Thomas, Paul Cordcro 



MINISTERS AVAILABLE FOR SUPPLY 



Dennis Blackmon 

3708 Ilobbs Rd., 27410 288-6268 
J. Bole jack 

5507 Greenridge Dr., McLeansville, NC 27301 697-0104 
WolTordBoyd 

5602 Courtlield Dr., 27455 373-2234 
Ward Burch 

5856 Old Oak Ridge Rd., APT 1 103, 27410 605-4532 
William Clafley 

2404 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 855-9045 
Andy Cline 

1511 Larsen St., 27407 855-3886 
Reginald Cook 

201 Ray St., 27406 275-2015 
Manuel Cnnnup 

2508 Shady tawn Dr., 27408 288-6148 
Victor Dowd 

700 S. Holden Rd., 27407 854-1330 
T. W. Lstes 

4827 l ower Rd., 274 1 294- 1 284 
James Fleet 

425 E. I lendrix St., 27405 272-3340 
David Fleming 

P. O. Box 1 6698, 274 1 6 294-3605 
Bob Glasgow 

4603 Vickery Chapel Rd., 27407 454-3927 
Ronald Hill 

2 1 2 Country Park Rd., 27455 288-4027 
Harlan Hutson 

4806 Eagle Rock Rd., 274 1 668-3692 
Richard Kidd 

1 101 N. Elm St., #504, 27401 275-6374 
Joseph Lang 

8 1 02 Dallonshire Dr., Oak Ridge, 273 1 643-5 1 80 

Jay Love 

708 Montrose Dr., 274 1 299-0258 
Austin Lovin 

4901 Pennoak Rd., 27407 852-0735 

Lonnie Marsh 605-0821 

6605 Poplar Grove Trail, 27410 574-8120 Beeper 159 

Barry Nealy 

5305 Bayberry Ln., 27405 545-1562 



Leroy Parker 

1710 W. Market St., 27403 274-3033 
Dewey Price 

8040 National Service Rd., Colfax, NC 27235 605-9920 
Gerald Primm 

1 307 Summit Ave., 27405 273-74 1 7 

S. C. Ray 

2609 Springwood Dr., 27403 299-7 1 67 

Jimmy Roberts 

1401 Mizpah Church Rd., Reidsville, NC 27320 349-3 101 

Bob Southern 

1814 Dublin Dr., 27408 288-4219 
Gerald Stump 

817 Kensal Green Dr., Kernersville, NC 27284 993-2037 
Roy Thornberry 

6332 Cape Wedgewood Circle, Drowns Summit, 27214 621-2294 
Ralph Webb 

3710 Lynhaven Dr., 27406 292-2204 
Vernon Williams 

1701 Sparrow Rd., Pleasant Garden, 27313 674-5259 
Bennie Wright 

3243 Jidcmi Rd., 27406 674-0978 



PASTORS 



CHURCH 

Bessemer 

Buchanan 

Calvary 

Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 

Colfax 

College Park 

Cornerstone 

Eller Memorial 

Florida Street 

Friendly Avenue 

Friendship 

Gate City 

Getlisemane 

Gibsonville First 

Good News 

Greensboro First 

Groometown 

Guilford 

Hillcrest 

Hunter Hills 

Immanuel 

Jessup Grove 

Lankford Memorial 

Lawndale 

Lindley Park 

Magnolia Street 

New Hope 

Northeast 

Northside 

Outreach 

Parkway 

Pinecroft 

Pleasant Garden 

Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 
Rolling Roads 
Sedge fie Id 
Sharpe Road 
Sixteenth Street 
South Elm Street 
Southeast 
Southside 
Stevens Memorial 
Summerlield First 
Sumner 
Temple 
Willornore 
Woodlake 

Under Watchcare 

DayStar 



Rev. Otis Davis 
Rev. Eugene Lawhorne 
Rev. Terry Larsen 
Rev. Roy Carter 
Rev. Ken Clark 
Dr. Adrian Harris, Jr. 
Rev. Beauford Smith 
Rev. Michael Usey 
Dr. Richard Byrd 
Rev. Mike Jones 
Dr. Andrew Royals 
Rev. Pat Cronin 
Rev. William McNeil 
Rev. David Horton 
Rev. Wade Gibson 
Rev. James Smyrl II 
Rev. Larry Faust 
Dr. Kenneth Massey 

Dr. Richard Hipps 
Rev. Larry Pugh 
Rev. Jake Thornhill, Jr. 

Dr. Wilson Stewart 

Rev. Jack Moody 

Dr. George Worrell 

Rev. Rickey Letson 

Rev. James Jordan 

Rev. Philip Mosley 

Rev. John Gamer 

Rev. Thomas Brown 

Rev. Joseph Duke 

Dr. James May 

Rev. Andy Cline (I) 

Rev. Michael Barrett 

Rev. Ralph Metcalf 

Rev. Edward (Ed) Taylor, II 

Dr. Steven Gunter 

Rev.Gerald Primm (I) 
Rev. Paul Crews 
Rev. Ron Smith 
Dr. Vernon Williams (I) 
Rev. Mark Howell 
Dr. Lawrence Clapp 
Rev. Joey Tomlin 
Rev. Steven Walsh 
Rev. Larry Patterson 
Dr. Deryl Holliday 
Rev. Larry Thompson 
Rev. Gary TaJton 
Rev. Donald Shelton 
Rev. Thomas Vogler 



MAILING ADDRESS TELEPIN 

P. O. Box 1 4880, 274 15 272- U 2| 

301 Buchanan Church Rd., 27405 375-367! 

930 Knox Rd., McLeansville, 2730 1 697-9634. 
5756 Summit Ave., Brown Summit, 27214 375-479^ 

P. O. Box 533, Oak Ridge, 273 10 643-768] 

3815 Clifton Rd., 27407 299- 1 05| 

P. O. Box 68, Colfax, 27235 993-2674 

1 60 1 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1 779 

5736 Inman Rd., 274 1 665- 1 94] 

Mil Summit Ave., 27405 272-843 

1 403 W. Florida St., 27403 275-9 1 7l 

4800 W. Friendly Ave., 274 1 292-3 567 

P. O. Box 20463, 27420 852-037j 

P.O. Box 7096, 27417 292-8671 

5936 N. Church St., 27455 643-3 1 21 

22 1 Piedmont Ave., Gibsonville, 27249 449-45 1 2 

2400 McConnell Rd., 27401 272-4009 

P.O. Box 5443, 27435 274-3281 

4202-A Groometown Rd., 27407 547-893] 

5904 W. Market St., 27409 299- 1 234 

3920 Baylor St., 27405 288-46 1 8 

1 806 Merrht Dr., 27407 299- 1 3 3| 

2432 High Point Rd., 27403 299- 1 75| 

4530 Jessup Grove Rd., 274 1 668-06 1 

3708 Yanceyville St., 27405 62 1 -3834 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-382' 

4010 Walker Ave., 27403 292-576) 

1 203 Magnolia St., 2740 1 275- 1 34| 

1 379 Lee's Chapel Rd., 27455 274-2352 
2354 Huffine Mill Rd., McLeansville. 27301 621-4199 



Rev. Philip Whitt 



1 100 E. ComwaUis Dr., 27405 
1301 Sykes Ave., 27405 
1411 Benjamin Parkway, 27408 
2022 W. Vandalia, 27407 
P. O. Box 157, Pleasant, Garden, 27313 
3812 Groometown Rd., 27407 
3317 Summit Ave., 27405 
4709 Yanceyville Rd., 
Brown Summit, 27214 
501 Kirkland St., 27406 
2800 Vanstory St., 27407 
P. O. Box 7814, 27417 
1908 Sharpe Rd., 27406 
900 Sixteenth St., 27405 
4212 S. Elm-Eugene St., 27406 
5011 Liberty Rd., 27406 
1001 Greenhaven Dr., 27406 
P. O. Box 13025,27415 
P. O. Box 400, Summertield, 27358 
4453 Old Randleman Rd., 27406 
4094 N. US 220 HWY, 27410 
4720 Randleman Rd., 27406 
P. O. Box 7006, 27417 



P. O. Box 8907, 27419 



275-9581 
275-4451 
288-2711 
299-6081 
674-538j 
299-2621 
621-3341 
621-0456 



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272-2618 
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379-861 
674-986T 
854-2140 
375-441 
643-63 
292-80 
282-2073 
674-2720 
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299-8866 



(Temporary Location-Northwest Guilford High School) 



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MISSION 

Bethany 
Brandt Oaks 
Hispanic 
International 
Vietnamese 



SPONSOR CHURCH 



MISSION PASTORS 

MAILING ADDRESS 



Pleasant Garden 
Greensboro First 
Sumner 

Friendly Avenue 
Southside 



Rev. Fred Hardin, Jr. 
Dr. Mark Lile-King 
Rev. David Duarte 
Rev. Maged C. Basily 
Rev. Hoa Due Vo 



5711 Davis Mill Rd., 27406 
4600 Lake Brandt Rd., 27455 
2800 Vanstory St., 27407 
8012 Tarn O'Shanter, 27409 
2007 Sharpe Rd., 27406 



TELEPHONE 

674-5543 
282-2683 
708-0013 
668-3241 
272-3144 



MINISTERS ORDAINED/LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 



CHURCH 
Calvary 
Hunter HM 
Pleasant Garden 
Reedy Fork 
Rockey Knoll 
Summerfield First 
Willomore 



Rev. Brett Crimmel (O) 
Rev. Barry Darnell (O/L) 
Rev. Charles Phelps (L) 
Rev. Joel M. Gilchrist (O) 
Rev. Gene Maynard (O) 
Rev. Tim Atkinson (L) 
Rev. Eddie Leggett (O) 



MAILING ADDRESS TELEPHONE 

930 Knox Rd., McLeansville, 2730 1 697-9634 

1815 Embark Dr., Kernersville, 27284 784-9207 
2653 New Salem Rd., Climax, 27233 
1235 C E Stewart Rd., Clover, SC 29710 
33 Parkway, Silver Creek, NY. 14136 

3900 Cotswalt Terrace-APT MID. 27410 545-9059 

3610 Bernie Rd., Climax, 27233 674-6401 



ASSOCIATE PASTOR, 

BESSEMER 
Rev. Scott Lorenz 
1 504 Trosper Rd. 
Greensboro NC 27455 (AP) 

BRANDT OAKS 
Lincks Bair 
206 Lynbrook 

Greensboro NC 27410 (ME) 

CENTRAL 

Rev. Steve Bailey 

42 McDowell Dr. 

Wake Forest NC 27587 (AP) 

CLIFTON ROAD 

Don Rumple 

918 N Lakecrest Ave. 

High Point NC 27265 (AP) 

COLLEGE PARK 
Dorisanne Cooper 
1601 Walker Ave. 
Greensboro NC 27403 (ME/Y) 

FLORIDA STREET 
Rev. Steve Sparks 
1403 West Florida St. 
Greensboro NC 27403 (ME) 

FRIENDLY AVENUE 
Samuel Morris 
2802 Manor House Ct. 
Greensboro NC 27407 (ME) 



:R OF EDUCATION/YOUTH 

GATE CITY 
Steve Turner 
P.O. Box 7086 

Greensboro NC 27417 (ME/Y) 

GREENSBORO, FIRST 
Dr. Steve Pressley 
P.O. Box 5443 

Greensboro NC 27435 (AP) 

Charles Quails 

5404 Emerald Springs Ct. 

Greensboro NC 27407 (ME) 

GUILFORD 

Rev. Ronald Prevatte 

5904 West Market St. 

Greensboro NC 27409 (AP/ME) 

HUNTER HILLS 
Rev. Jim Stagg 
P. Box 77553 

Greensboro NC 27417 (ME) 

IMMANUEL 
Rev. G. H. Vaughan 
2432 High Point Rd. 
Greensboro NC 27403 (AP/ME) 



LAWNDALE 

Rev. Mark Ball 

3505 Lawndale Dr. 

Greensboro NC 27408 (AP/ME) 



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ASSOCIATE PASTOR, MINJSTER OF EDUCATION/YOUTH (Cont.) 



OUTREACH 
Rev. Reginald Cook 
201 Ray St. 

Greensboro NC 27406 (AP) 

PARKWAY 
Rev. Randall Floyd 
141 1 Benjamin Pkwy 
Greensboro NC 27408 (ME/Y) 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

Rev. Douglas Thomas 

5980 Surrie Trails 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 (AP) 

RANKIN 

James Rhoton 

3321 Summit Ave. 

Greensboro NC 27405 (ME/Y) 

REEDY FORK 

Rev. Edward Powers 

5440 Yanceyville Rd. 

Browns Summit NC 27214 (AP/Y) 

ROCKY KNOLL 
Rev. Mark Talbert 
4806 Moutline Dr. 
Greensboro NC 27409 (ME/ AP/Y) 

SIXTEENTH STREET 
Rev. Mark Stone 
900 Sixteenth St. 
Greensboro NC 27405 (ME/Y) 



SOUTHEAST 
Rev. Nicholas Holman 
5011 Liberty Rd. 
Greensboro NC 27406 (AP) 

SOUTHSIDE 

Rev. Rodney Mitchell 

1 00 1 Greenhaven Dr. 

Greensboro NC 27406 (ME/Y) 

SOUTH ELM STREET 
Rev. David Clemens 
4212 S Elm-Eugene St. 
Greensboro NC 27406 (ME) 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
Rev. Roger Barricks 
P.O. Box 400 

Summerfield NC 27358 (AP) 



Rev. Ronald Freeman 
P.O. Box 400 

Summerfield NC 27358 (ME) 

TEMPLE 
Herman Messer 
7437 Strawberry Rd. 
Summerfield NC 27358 (ME) 

WILLOMORE 
Rev. Johnny Greeson 
2644 Mt. Hope Church Rd. 
WhitsettNC 27377 (ME/Y) 



MINISTER OF YOUTH 



Bessemer 


Greensboro First 


William Ray 


Rev. Ben Vogler 


2116 Danbrook Rd. 


4897 Chimney Springs Rd. 


McLeansville NC 27301 


Greensboro NC 27407 


Calvary 


Guilford 


Brett Crimm el 


Terry Phillips 


930 Knox Rd. 


3514 River Springs Crt. 


McLeansvcille NC 27301 


Greensboro Nc 27410 


Camp Herman 


Hunter Hills 


Jennifer Leonard 


Rev. Barry Darnell 


5810 Summit Ave. 


1 806 Merritt Dr. 


Brown Summit, NC 27214 


Greensboro Nc 27407 


Central 


Immanuel 


Scott P. Marshall 


Jerry Corns 


8574 Belevvs Creek Rd. 


702 Oakview Rd. 


StokesdaleNC 27357 


High Point NC 27260 


College Park 


Lankford 


Dorisanne Cooper 


Andy Flynn 


1601 Walker Ave. 


8101 Ivywood Rd. 


Greensboro NC 27403 (ME/Y) 


Greensboro NC 27455 


Friendly 


Lawndale 


Alex McFarland 


Rev. Wayne Reich 


4800 W. Friendly Ave. 


3505 Lawndale Dr. 


Greensboro NC 27410 


Greensboro NC 27408 


Gate City 


Lindley Park 


Steve Turner 


Diana Berry 


P.O. Box 7096 


5417 Tower Rd. 


Greensboro NC 27417 (ME/Y) 


Greensboro NC 27410 


Gibsonville First 


Northeast 


David Kay 


Robin Fleming 


763 Shatlowford Church Rd. 


P.O. Box 457 


Elon College NC 27244 


McLeansville NC 27301 




Northside 




John Gregory 




2307 Fortune Lane 




Greensboro, NC 27408 



MINISTER OF YOUTH (Cont.) 



Parkway 

Rev. Randall Floyd 
1411 Benjamin Pkwy 
Greensboro NC 27408 (ME/Y) 



Southeast 
Debbie Brown 
5138 Liberty Rd. 
Greensboro NC 27406 



Pinecroft 
Robin Morgan 
1435 Country Lake Dr. 
Greensboro NC 27406 



South Elm 
Mickey Atkinson 
4028 Bluebonnet Dr. 
Greensboro Nc 27407 



Pleasant Garden 
Rev. Daniel Bare 
1806 Merritt Dr. 
Greensboro NC 27407 



Southside 
Rodney Mitchell 
1001 Greenhaven Dr. 
Greensboro NC 27406 



Pleasant Grove 
Caroly n Metcalf 
702 Brookwood Circle 
Archdale, NC 27263 



Stevens 
Scott Heffiier 
3506 N Church St. 
Greensboro NC 27405 



Rankin 

James R. Rhoton 
3321 Summit Ave. 
Greensboro NC 27405 (ME/Y) 



Sumner 
JeffWebster 

581 1 Harvest Springs Dr. 
Greensboro NC 27406 



Reedy Fork 

Rev. Edward P. Powers 

5440 Yanceyville Rd. 

Browns Summit NC 27214 (AP/Y) 



Willomore 
Johnny Greeson 
2644 Mt. Hope Ch. Rd. 
WhitsettNC 27377 



Rocky Knoll 

Mark Talbert 

4806 Moutline Dr. 

Greensboro NC 27409 (ME/ AP/Y) 



Woodlake 

Thomas L. Vogler Jr. 
5511 Birch Ridge Rd. 
Greensboro NC 27405 



Sixteenth 
Rev. Mark Storz 
900 Sixteenth St. 
Greensboro NC 27405 



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CHURCH TREASURERS 



CHURCH 




MAILING ADDRESS TELEPHONE 


Bessemer 


Mary Alice Satterfield 


2404 Kery Drive, 27408 


288-8036 


Buchanan 


Dianne S. West 


308 S. Elam Ave., 27403 


274-3874 


Calvary 


Terry Jimmy Myers 


314 Murraylane Road, 27405 


375-3339. 


Camp Herman 


Becky Jones 


5425 Milford Road, 27405 


621-0693 


Central 


Roger Howerton 


2106 Oak Ridge Rd., Oak Ridge, 27310 


643-4755 


Clifton Road 


Fran Brown 


5803 Scotland Road. 27407 


292-8508 


Colfax 


Ruth Dowdy 


278 Marshall Smith Road. 27235 


292-4338 


College Park 


Steve Lowrance 


2402 Hardie Street, 27403 


292-0004 


Cornerstone 


Milton Howell 


5736 Inman Rd., 27410 


665-1944 


Eller Memorial 


Jim Kincaid 


3520 Cherry Lane, 27405 


621-4933 


Florida Street 


Frances Boone 


1714 Grove Street., 27403 


273-6760 


Friendly Avenue 


Peter M. Hutts 


1721 Aftonshire Dr., 27410 


288-7198 


Friendship 


Jesse Scott 


#5 Jans Court, 27405 


621-0126 


Gate City 


Jeff Sims 


4817 Adams Ridge Dr., 27407-5832 


854-9195 


Oethsemane 


Beth Dupree 


634 Cicero Road, 27455 


643-3136 


Gibsonville First 


Peggy Litten 


723 Piedmont Ave., Gibsonville. 27249 


449-7312 


Good News 


Henry St ray horn 


P.O. Box 188, Sedalia, 27342 


697-1674 


Greensboro First 


John Martin 


614 Rockford Rd., 27428-4920 


273-2871 


Groometown 


Nancy Bently 


4311 Halifax Rd., 27407 


299-7706 


Guilford 


Larry Hall 


6202 Westwind Dr., 27410 


852-4726 


Hillcrest 


Patty Toler 


7152 Blackmoor Rd.., Kernersville. 27284 


992-0782 


Hunter Hills 


Gloria Ray 


1806 Merritt Dr., 27407 


299-1332 


Immanuel 


David E. Stevenson 


7141 Avenbury Circle, Kernersville, 27284 


993-7672 


Jessup Grove 


Mickey Stephens 


4724 Crestfield Rd., Summerfield. 27358 


643-6647 


Lankford Memorial 


Renee McDaniel 


3708 Yanceyville St., 27405 


621-3834 


Lawndale 


Joe Jenkins 


3505 Lawndale Dr., 27410 


288-3824 


Lindley Park 


Don Hensley 


4010 Walker Ave., 27403 


454-5563 


Magnolia Street 


Dolores W. Blake 


692 Chestnut St., 27405 


275-2202 


New Hope 


Mary Christopher 


2938 Martha's PI., 27408 


288-1499 


Northeast 


James Everhart 


5633 Bobolink Rd., McLeansville, 27301 


697-1169 


Northside 


Pat Oates 


1405 Woodgrcen Dr., 27405 


621-4097 


Outreach 


Kimberly R. Jones 


5503 Hempstead Dr., 27410 


852-0914 


Parkway 


J. Cameron Hunt, Jr. 


261 1 Stratford Dr., 27408 


288-8154 


Pinecroft 


Debbie Maffeo 


231 1 Pinecroft Rd.. 27407 


299-3 132 


Pleasant Garden 


Larry Still 


5357 NC Hwy. 22, Pleasant Garden, 27313 


674-0412 


Pleasant Grove 


Herman Riding 


4204 Farlin Ave., 27407 


294-3830 


Rankin 


Josephine Straughan 


3317 Summit Ave., 27405 


621-3343 


Reedy Fork 


Bartra G. Ingold 


4800 Yanceyville Rd.. 


621-0596 






Brown Summit. 27214 




Rocky Knoll 


Linda Jones 


joU4 Netcner Ur., ilWo 


TOO A070 


Rolling Roads 


Keith I ate 


74 Id nouprntv PI 77JI17 


299- 1 1 60 


Sedgefield 


rat tjums 


4JM7 \roAo\\ Drl 77JH7 

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Sharpe Road 


Melinda Lewellyn 


777<? P.rppcrin Rrt Wliitcptt 77177 

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449.54^,5 


oiAieerun oireei 


u/onaiu orniin 


t777 Uinoc f"Vnn*»l Rrt 77JO^ 


62 1 -4 P8 


South Ebn Street 


Kevin Tilley 


3624-3 A Morris Farm . Jamestown. 27282 


851-1998 


Southeast 


Lonnie H. Baxley, Jr. 


4708 Edinborough Rd.. 27406 


674-6538 


Southside 


Sterling Nicholson 


103 Sagewood Rd., Jamestown, 27282 


454-3636 


Stevens Memorial 


Ginger Southard 


3305 Martin Ave., 27405 


621-4846 


Summerfield, First 


Theressa Carpenter 


P. O. Box 400. Summerfield. 27358 


643-6383 


Sumner 


Tammy Elders 


6021 Apple- Wyrick Rd., Gibsonville.27249 


621-2072 


Temple 


Bill Barham 


A f\ f vf Iff* I^A ff *>TJIrt 

4021 N. US 220 Hwy., 27410 


282-7406 


Willomore 


Wanda Howell 


1 1 \ f\ V ant mar a DA ~)1AV\& 

1 1 1 o Ketumere Ku., s/^yjo 


674-6505 




Peggy Stzemore 


4906 Yarmouth Dr., 27406 


454-6068 


Under Watchcare 








Day Star 


Randy Minix 


5502 White Blossom Dr.. 27410 


643-6379 



(Temporary Location-Northwest Guilford High School) 



TREASURERS (Cont.) 



MISSIONS 

Bethany Rosa Lee Rogers 568 NC Hwy. 62 E, Pleasant Garden, 273 1 3 674-52 1 3 

Brandt Oaks Fred Binder 4600 Lake Brandt Rd M 27455 282-2683 

Hispanic Jose J. Rodriguez 2 14-A Montrose Dr., 27407 854-3895 

Vietnamese Ly Ngoc Hanh 2007 Sharpe Rd., 27406 855-9014 



CHURCH STEWARDSHIP CHAIRPERSONS 



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CHURCH 

Bessemer 

Buchanan 

Calvary 

Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 

Colfex 

College Park 

Cornerstone 

Eller Memorial 

Florida Street 

Friendly Avenue 

Friendship 

Gate City 

Gethsemane 

Gibson ville First 

Good News 

Greensboro First 

Groometown 

Guilford 

HUlcrest 

Hunter Hills 

Immanuel 

Jessup Grove 

Lankford Memorial 

Lawndale 

Lindley Park 

Magnolia Street 

New Hope 

Northeast 

Northside 

Outreach 

Parkway 

Pinecroft 

Pleasant Garden 

Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 

Rolling Roads 

Sedgefield 

Sharpe Road 

Sixteenth Street 

South Elm Street 



MAILING ADDRESS 



TELEPHO 



Ralph Ball 
Roger Howerton 



Brian Lasley 
Drew Malone 
Don Rumley 

Chuck Lane 



Annie Long 



Don Slawter 

Betty Trogdon 
Bob Johnson 
Kay B. Burns 



Bob Ferguson 



Wade Wyliel 

Frank Wyatt 
Robert Ingold 



Jim Moseley 
Susan Morris 



5203 Old Mine Rd, Brown Summit, 27214 375-3985 
2 1 06 Oak Ridge Rd., Oak Ridge, 273 1 643-4755 



6303 Birkdale Ct. 
5736Inman Rd., 27410 
2503 Glenhaven Dr., 27406 

4700 Jessup Grove Rd., 27410 



5619 Greenlee Rd., 27410 



3807 Waldenbrook Rd., 27407 

5212 Skylark Dr., 27405 . 
3029 Redford Rd., 27408 
607-A Park Terrace, 27403 



P. O. Box 118, McLeansville, 27301 



4108 Old Julian Road, Julian, 27283 



605-0198 
665-1944 
275-3810 

665-001 1 



292-9066 



852-6167 

621-0809 
288-6281 
299-3321 



621-6950 



697-7517 



3317 Summit Ave., 27405 621-3343 
6603 Lismore Dr., Brown Summit, 272 14 62 1 -4363 



62 1 Brook Shadow Lane. 274 1 668-7995 
45 1 6 Schoolway Drive, 27406 697-6638 



CHURCH STEWARDSHIP CHAIRPERSONS (Cont.) 



Southeast 


Milton Transou 


3903 Hickory Meadow Rd., 27406 


674-2453 


Southside 


Tony Blue 


161 Wolfe Trail Rd., 27406-9258 


274-5789 


Stevens Memorial 


Bill Hefner 


710 Knox Rd., Gibsonville, 27301 


697-8983 


Summerfield, First 


Tommy Lawrence 


3800 Waterton Dr., Summ erfield, 27358 


643-5896 


Sumner 








Temple 








Willomore 








Woodlake 








Under Watchcare 








DayStar 










(Temporary Location-Northwest Guilford High School) 








MISSIONS 




Bethany 








Brandt Oaks 


Mike Godat 


#8 Cannonball Ct., 27455 




Hispanic 








Vietnamese 












CHURCH CLERKS 




CHURCH 




MAILING ADDRESS 


TELEPHONE 


Bessemer 


Louise Kellam 


3804 Cameron Ave., 27401 


272-6370 


Buchanan 


Terri Fowler 


296 Haynes Rd., Summerfield, 27358 


643-1934 


Calvary 


Sue Byrley 


2300 Mt. Hope Ch. Rd., Whitsett, 27377 


697-0528 


Camp Herman 


Daisy Hall 


3915 Martin Ave., 27405 


375-5153 


Central 


Ruby Stoltz 


1911 Oak Ridge Rd , Oak Ridge, 27310 


643-3681 


Clifton Road 


Polly Simpson 


624 Ashland Drive, 27403 


299-1386 


Colfax 


Honey Humphrey 


804 Hastings Hill Rd., KernersviIIe, 27284 


993-4733 


College Park 


Kathy McDaniel 


71 12 Tnomaby Dr., 27410 


665-9821 


Cornerstone 


Brenda Bedford 


j /3o inman Kd., l /«* l u 


665-1944 


Eller Memorial 


Dannie Pierce 


\ j iu country bide L/nve, 


621-2372 


Florida Street 


Jeane M. Purgason 


S~lnA r><«l1\/ VA Ploncint C&rAon 97111 

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674-9782 


Friendly Avenue 


Doris Henderson 


5108 Hedrick Dr., 27410 


282-7633 


Friendship 








Gate City 


Lois Boland 


3123 Iron Gate Trl., Jamestown. 27282 


854-2800 


Gethsemane 


Elizabeth Edgington 


2408, Apt. 0, Lake Brandt, 27455 


545-0207 


Gibsonville First 


Carla Andrews 


2207 Wagoner Rd., Gibsonville, 27249 


449-9432 


Good News 








Greensboro First 


Dorothy Lomax 


5317 W. Friendly Ave., 27410 


299-8922 


Groometown 


Melonie Yokly 


139 Shere Dr., 27407 




Guilford 


Rosemary Steed 


5606 Buddingwood Dr., 27409 


299-6983 


Hillcrest 


Bonnie Murphy 


5106 N. Church Street, 27455 


545-9222 


Hunter Hills 








Immanuel 


Rhonda Carter 


7604 Middle Drive, 27409 


668-4566 


Jessup Grove 


Barbara T. Walker 


1223 Westridge Rd., 27410 


282-7350 


Lankford Memorial 


Pat McAdoo 


1500 Lees Chapel Rd.. 27405 


621-0881 


Lawndale 


Linda Jenkins 


2306 Musket Lane, 27455 


288-7271 


Lindley Park 


June L. Rash 


4307 Menfor Place, 27409 


668-0587 


Magnolia Street 


Pat Allen 


2524 Femwood Drive, 27408 




New Hope 


Debbie Sullivan 


7720 Stonewood Drive, 27455 


643-7161 



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CHURCH CLERKS (Cont.) 



Northeast 


Suzanne Jenkins 


4710 Dicks Mill Rd., McLeansville, 27301 


621-2180 


Northside 


Betty W. Parrott 


3520 Drawbridge Pkwy., Apt.l08H, 27410 


288-9451 


Outreach 


Janet Lattimore 


1203 Foxfire Dr., 27410 


854-4166 


Parkway 


James E. Howell 


4202 Pheasant Run, 27455 


288-7134 


Pinecroft 


Virginia Cockrell 


4110LaGrange Dr., 27406 


379-9341 


Pleasant Garden 


Beatrice M. Maness 


6402 Manorhaven., Pleasant Garden, 27313 674-5667 


Pleasant Grove 


Julia Canter 


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477-iZUj 


Rankin 


Julianne M. Shelton 


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Reedy Fork 


Bartra G. Ingold 


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Shirlev Allev 


4333 Kimmeridge Dr., 27406 


674-2349 


Sharpe Road 


Helen Compton 


4403 Ripley Rd., 27406 


697-0492 


Sixteenth Street 


LaGray Marks 


4305 Sunnyside Dr., 27405 


621-3534 


South Elm Street 


Rosalie Craine 


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BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



"Proclaim Jesus" 



Celebrate 

Uesus 

12000 



1998 



PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

104th. Annual Session 
November 5, 1998 
Central Baptist Church 

Annual Sermon Jake Thornhill 

Doctrinal Sermon Pat Cronin 



Date of Next Meeting: May 6, 1999 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Associational Directory 28 

Association^ Staff.. 28 

Charts 114 

Church Directory 

Associate Pastors 78 

Brotherhood Directors. 94 

Chairmen of Deacons 97 

Church Clerks 103 

Church Secretaries 87 

Discipleship Training Directors 93 

Media Library Directors 92 

Ministers Available for Supply 74 

Ministers of Children 91 

Ministers of Education 82 

Ministers of Music 85 

Ministers Ordained/Licensed During the Year 81 

Ministers of Preschool 91 

Ministers of Recreation. 84 

Ministers of Youth 83 

Missions Development Directors/Chairmen 102 

Mission Pastors 78 

Other Ordained Pastors 79 

Pastors 76 

Prayer Ministry Coordinators 105 

Stewardship Chairmen. 101 

Sunday School Directors 89 

Treasurers 99 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 95 

Constitution. 14 

Executive Board Members 66 

Historical Table 106 

Messengers 61 

Proceedings Annual Meeting 2 

Proceedings Semi- Annual Meeting 6 

Program 1 



Reports 

Associate Director of Missions 34 

Brotherhood 42 

Budget 25 

Church Community Ministries Director 34 

Church Library/Media Center 46 

Committee on Committees 27 

Credentials Committee 31 

Director of Missions 33 

Evangelism 41 

Executive Board Report 10 

Financial Statement 22 

Historical Events 57 

Missions Development 38 

Chaplaincy Ministry 36 

Crisis Center 40 

Homeless Housing Ministry 39 

International Student Ministry 40 

Literacy Ministry 39 

Overnight Hospital Emergency Ministry 39 

Music .47 

Nominating Committee 28 

Ordination Committee 32 

Our Beloved Dead 58 

Partnership Missions Committee 31 

Pastoral Ministry 48 

Personnel Committee 30 

Properties Committee 32 

Seminary Extension 46 

Senior Adult Ministry 47 

Woman's Missionary Union 43 

Youth Ministry 47 

Reports of Agencies 

Baptist Children's Home of NC 49 

Baptist Retirement Homes 52 

Christian Action League 55 

NC Baptist Foundation, Inc 51 



WE DEDICATE THE 1998 
PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MINUTES 
TO DRS. A. L. AND SARA PARKER 
AS AN EXPRESSION OF OUR LOVE AND GRATITUDE 



JVb coupCe has had 
the impact on the 
Piedmont 'Baptist 
Association in the second 
half of the century that 
Drs. Leroy and Sara 
'Parker have had 

In addition to the 
friendCy Avenue Church, 
they have served in a 
variety of ways in many 
churches in the PBA. They 
have Both served as 
moderator of the 
Association. They have 
Both chaired many 
committees and counsels 
and served on a Gorge 
number of others. 

There is no way to 
know how many have 
Been infCuenced By their 
wise counseC and 
encouragement. In 
addition to their influence 
in their ministry within 
the PBA, they have also 
had an impact on our 
churches By their service 
in nursing homes, through 
civic organizations, and through other community service. 

'Both have had a great impact on mission support, education, and 
direct participation in AssociationaC Missions, State, Jfome, and foreign 
Missions. AH who have had the opportunity to know and work with the 
Parkers must consider themselves to Be truly Blessed of Qod The PBA has 
chosen to dedicate the printed minutes of the Piedmont Baptist Association 
for 1998 in honor of the Parkers and their conunned Century of Service. 




PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
104TH. ANNUAL MEETING 
November 5, 1 998 
9:1 5 a.m. -3.00 p.m. 
Central Baptist Church 
Theme: "TrocCaim Jesus" 



9: 1 5 Registration of Messengers 



9:30 



9:45 
9:50 



10:10 
10:20 



10:35 



10:50 



11:00 



Morning Session 

Call to Order Thomas Brown 

Welcome, Scripture, Prayer Ken Clark 

Constituting the Session Austin Lovin 

Program Committee Report Michael Barrett 

Praise and Worship Marion Boling 
Division of Administration 

Executive Board Thomas Brown 

Treasurer's Report and Adoption of Budget Monica Vaughan 

Committee on Committees Report Mike Jones 

Credentials Committee Report Ralph Webb 
Miscellaneous Business 
Ministry Reports 

International Students Audrey Womack and Curry Murray 

Faith Jim Stagg 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff Thomas Brown 
Recognition of Pastors Who Retired 1998 - Larry Thompson, George Worrell, Wilson Stewart Thomas Brown 



Congregational Hymn 
Special Music 
Program Reports 



Marion Boling 

Lawn dale and Pleasant Garden Church, Senior Adult Choirs 



celebrate Jesus 2000 



Senior Adult Ministry 
1 1 :05 Scripture and Prayer 

Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 
Annual Sermon 



Manuel Cunnup 
Larry Pugh 
Deryl Holliday 
Hunter Hills Church 
Hunier Hills Church, Rev, Jake Thomhill 



12:00 Lunch 



Afternoon Session 

Special Music 
Testimonies 

Friendly Avenue Church. Gary Church 
Greensboro First Church, Bea Kay Powers 
Director of Missions Report 
Special Recognition of Dr. A. L. and Sara Parker 
Installation of Officers 
Special Music 
Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 
Denominational Speaker 
Prayer and Altar Call 
Adjournment 

Reception will follow to honor Leroy and Sara Parker and to get acquainted with Dr. Jerry Rankin 



1:00 
1:10 



1:35 
1:45 
1:55 
2:00 
2:05 



Friendly Avenue Church 

Pleasant Garden Church, Susan Marshall 
Centra] Church, Ken Clark 

Dennis Blackmon 

Dennis Blackmon 
Calvary Church 
Richard Hipps 
Robin Self 

President International Mission Board , Dr. Jerry Rankin 
Dr. Jerry Rankin 



PROCEEDINGS 
104th. Annual Meeting 
November 5, 1998-9:15 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 
Central Baptist Church 
Theme: "Proclaim Jes us " 

The moderator, Rev. Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Baptist 
Church, called the meeting to order and recognized the pastor of the host church 
, Rev. Ken Clark. Rev. Clark welcomed the Association t their new sanctuary and 
read a passage from Jeremiah 23 and then led in prayer. 

Rev. Austin Lovin, associational clerk and member of Friendly Avenue 
Baptist Church, moved that those messengers who had already registered and 
those who would do so later, constitute the Piedmont Baptist Association for this 
annual meeting. The motion was approved. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, chairman of the Program Committee, and pastor 
of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, presented the printed program and moved 
that it be approved as the order of business for this meeting. The motion was 
approved. 

Marion Boling, Lawndale Baptist Church, led the congregation in 
singing three hymns: "Worthy of Worship", "How Great Thou Art", and "Bless 
the Lord". 

Moderator, Rev. Thomas Brown, called attention to the Executive Board 
Report printed in the Book of Reports and pointed out several important actions 
taken during the year and moved that the report be approved. It was approved. 

Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer and member of Rolling Roads 
Baptist Church, presented the Treasurer's Report which included the Proposed 
Budget for 1998-99. She stated the proposed budget had already been approved 
by the Finance Committee and the Executive Board. She moved that the budget 
be adopted. It was adopted. 

Rev. Mike Jones, chairman of the Committee on Committees and pastor 
of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, presented a full slate of nominees for the 
various committees. He thanked those who had said "yes" to his request to serve 
He moved that those persons be elected to the positions indicated. The motion 
was approved. 

Rev. Ralph Webb, chairman of the Credentials Committee and interim 
pastor of Rankin Baptist Church, presented the name of the New Horizon 
Church and recommended that this church be taken under Watchcare, retroactive 
to April, 1998 since they have been part of a church that is already a member of 
the Association, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. He pointed out that this was 
a departure from the usual procedure of a full year under Watchcare from the 
time of acceptance by the Association, but he felt that their particular situation 
justified it. After a brief discussion of this, the motion to receive this church 
under Watchcare, as specified, was approved. 



During the Miscellaneous Business period, several announcements were 
made: Dr. Deryl Holliday, pastor of First Baptist Church Summerfleld, 
announced a special pastors' conference to prepare pastors for the Winter Bible 
Study on the Book of Joshua. The study will be led by Stephen Rummage, 
professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Moderator, Rev. 
Thomas Brown, announced that there would be three meetings to allow the 
members of the churches of the Association to say what new ministries they think 
the Association ought to undertake. These meetings are-November 12, Southside 
Baptist Church, 7:00-8:00 p.m.; November 19, Cornerstone Baptist Church, 
7:00-8:00 p.m.; and December 3, Magnolia Street Baptist Church, 12:00-2:00 
p.m. More will be said about this later. 

Rev. Otis Davis, pastor of New Bessemer Baptist Church, reported that 
God was blessing the church since it moved to a new location. He also reported 
that the church that had purchased the old Bessemer Baptist Church property was 
also doing quite well. 

The Moderator then called for any miscellaneous business that anyone 
had to present. There was none, so he moved on to the next order of business. 

Audrey Womack, CCM Director of the PBA and member of Hunter 
Hills Baptist Church, reported on the International Student Ministry. She said 
that we usually have about 1,000 international students enrolled in the colleges 
and universities in Greensboro each year. They come from all over the world and 
most of them do not know Jesus as their Savior. She appealed to the families in 
our churches to reach out to these students through the "Friend Family Program". 

She then recognized Curry Murray, who has been involved in the 
International Student Ministry from its beginning and is also a member of 
Immanuel Baptist Church. He read a poem about "My New Found Friends". 
Murray also asked churches to get involved in the International Student Ministry 
and invite students to come to their churches. 

Jim Stagg, Minister of Education of Hunter Hills Baptist Church, spoke 
about a program called "Faith". This is a Sunday School based evangelism 
strategy designed to enable anyone who takes it to be able to share their faith with 
others. 

At this point, the Moderator asked that any pastors or church staff 
members who had come since the last annual meeting to please stand. They were 
asked to give their names, their church, and position they served in. They were 
then recognized by the Moderator and those present. 

Three pastors who have retired this year were honored with a plaque 
and words of commendation. Rev. Lawrence Clapp, pastor of South Elm Street 
Baptist Church, praised Rev. Larry Thompson for his many years in the ministry 
and presented him with a plaque. Dr. Barry Nealy, associate DOM and member 
ofLawndale Baptist Church, spoke of Dr. George Worrell's remarkable ministry 
as pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church, Keith Smith received the plaque on 
behalf of Dr. Worrell who has already moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Roger 
Barricks, First Baptist Church Summerfleld, praised Dr. Wilson Stewart for his 
years of ministry as a pastor and presented him with a plaque. 

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Mary Pegram, member of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, gave a very 
moving testimony about her husband being led to Christ. She told how God 
answered her prayers for her husband after forty-eight years, 

The congregation was then led in singing of a hymn, followed by several 
songs by the combined senior choirs from Lawndale and Pleasant Garden Baptist 
Churches. The choir was so large that it filed the choir area and spilled onto the 
pulpit area. They stirred our hearts with their singing! 

Rev. Manuel Cunnup reported on the Senior Adult Ministry. He said 
that he had given up working as the part-time associate to the Director of 
Missions because of health problems but he was going to try to organize a Senior 
Adult Council and work on getting senior adults involved in their own churches. 
It was announced that there would be an important Senior Adult Rally at the 
Greensboro Coliseum next April 26-28 with Art Linkletter as a speaker. 

Dr. Barry Nealy, associate DOM, showed a film on "Filling My Shoes", 
which was an appeal for Christians to follow Christ more faithfully. 

Rev. Michael Barrett presented the Celebrate Jesus 2000 program, with 
clowns and balloons. He asked that each of our churches get involved in this 
program. It is an effort to reach every person in our area with a gospel witness 
before the end of the year 2,000. 

In the absence of Rev. Larry Pugh, moderator Thomas Brown read the 
Scripture verses Luke 2:41-49. 

Dr. Deryl Holliday introduced the preacher for the Annual Sermon, Rev. 
Jake Thornhill, pastor of the Hunter Hills Baptist Church. 

Special music was presented by Greg Ottaway, Hunter Hills Baptist 

Church. 

Rev. Thornhill brought a powerful evangelistic message on the subject, 
"Leaving Christ Behind". 

The session adjourned at the close of the message for lunch. The pastor 
gave directions on how to get to the dining hall. 

The afternoon session began with special music by Frank Justice, 
Minister of Worship and Praise Friendly Avenue Baptist Church. He sang "My 
Redeemer Is Faithful and True". 

There were four testimonies-Gary Church, Friendly Avenue Baptist 
Church, gave his personal testimony about how his father and then he came to 
know Christ as their Savior years ago through the witness of one of our pastors, 
Rev. M. W. Shaw. Susan Marshall, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, told of 
going on a mission trip to San Salvador and how it changed her life. Bea Kay 
Powers, First Baptist Church Greensboro, told of going on a medical mission to 
Chile as a nurse and how it changed her life. Rev. Ken Clark, Central Baptist 
Church, gave his personal testimony about how Christ had saved and transformed 
him 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon, associational Director of Missions, spoke about 
the fact that baptisms by the churches of the Association were above 800 for the 
second consecutive year and for the first time since 1972 and 1973. Sunday 
School attendance was over 9,000 for the second year in a row and over 9,200 



for the first time since 1975. He went on to say that he believed that there were 
signs that we may be on the verge of a real spiritual awakening. He asked, are 
we willing to follow God's leading all the way? 

Dr. Barry Nealy shared in the report by giving information about the 
new churches started during this year. Dr. Blackmon then called Dr. and Mrs. A. 
L. Parker to the front and presented the Parkers with a plaque for their nearly 
fifty years of ministry in this Association. He announced that there would be a 
reception for the Parkers and Dr. Jerry Rankin after the close of the annual 
meeting. 

Dr. Blackmon had the newly elected officers of the Association to come 
forward and he presented them to the Association. He commended Rev. Austin 
Lovin for his eight years of service as the associational clerk. 

Craig Saunders, Calvary Baptist Church, blessed those present with a 

solo. 

Dr. Richard Hipps, pastor of Guilford Baptist Church, introduced Dr. 
Jerry Rankin, president of SBC International Mission Board. 

Robin Self, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, blessed the congregation 
with a solo. 

Dr. Rankin told of how God was moving in mighty ways in several 
places around the world in countries where we now have missionaries. He 
reported that we now have 41,000 churches on our foreign mission fields-up 
from 17,000 less than ten years ago! He told how God had answered prayers and 
opened doors to places like North Korea, China, Iran, Russia, etc. He referred 
to Jesus' statement that the Gospel must first be preached in all the world and 
then the end would come. He expressed the hope that the missionaries we are 
now sending out would be the last generation of missionaries before the second 
coming of Christ.! 

He closed with a call for those who would come to the alter and 
recommit themselves to witnessing for our Lord and supporting our World 
Missions Program. 

Rev. Michael Barrett led in the closing prayer and the annual meeting 
was adjourned. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Austin Lovin, Clerk 



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PROCEEDINGS SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING 
May 7, 1998 - 3:15 p.m.-8:00 p.m. 
Gate City Baptist Church 

The Semi- Annual Meeting of the Piedmont Baptist Association met at 
Gate City Baptist Church on May 7, 1998 at 3:15 p.m. 

After a hearty welcome, Rev. Thomas Brown, moderator and pastor of 
Northsidc Baptist Church, called the meeting order. 

Rev. David Morton, pastor of the host church welcomed the messengers 
and visitors and gave instructions about the facility and the meal that would be 
served. 

Rev. Paul Crews, pastor of Rolling Roads Baptist Church, read 
scripture, Luke 4:14-21, and led in prayer. 

Rev. Austin Lovin, clerk of the Association and member of Friendly 
Avenue Baptist Church, moved that those messengers who had already registered 
and those who would do so constitute the Piedmont Baptist Association for the 
purpose of conducting the Semi-Annual Meeting. The motion was seconded and 
approved. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, moved 
that the printed program be adopted as the order of business along with such 
changes that might become necessary. The motion was seconded and approved. 

In the absence of Dr. Lawrence Clapp, Nominating Committee 
chairman, Rev. Gerald Primm presented the report of the Nominating 
Committee. He moved that the officers and directors for the coming year be 
approved. It was noted that the WMU Director position was vacant because the 
WMU selects their own officers and directors. 

Rev. Jake Thornhill, Jr., pastor of Hunter Hills Baptist Church and 
association^ Evangelism Director, gave a report on "Celebrate Jesus 2,000". A 
gospel group from Hunter Hills Baptist Church sang in support of "Celebrate 
Jesus 2,000". Rev. Thornhill said there was no greater time to prepare for the 
year 2,000. He encouraged every church to get involved in preparing for the year 
2,000 and take advantage of the opportunity to pray for every person. He said 
that we need to prepare through prayer, public witness and promotion. We can 
do this with a Prayer Wall and Prayer Walk. We need to equip and encourage 
people to share Jesus and get outside the walls of the church. Names and 
addresses of people for all areas of Guilford County are available from Hunter 
Hills Church. 

Joe Hilliard led in singing the hymn, "Great Is Thy Faithfulness". 

Three pastors gave testimonies of the work in their church. 
Dr. Deryl Holliday, Surnmerfield First Baptist Church and Pastoral 
Ministries Director, stated that 195 people have been baptized and 465 have 
joined the church since 1991 . He stated the people at Surnmerfield First Baptist 
Church wanted to move forward. By praying and working for the Lord, they have 
completed a 1 .3 million dollar family center. They are now having two worship 



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services and have 500 in Sunday School. In September they will start two 
Sunday Schools. He also stated that they have a great staff and their services are 
alive in Christ. 

Rev. Larry Patterson, Stevens Memorial Baptist Church, asked the 
question, "How can a church go from to 21 baptisms in one year? Somebody 
loves God and shared their faith with other people but God gets the glory." He 
stated another reason was the faithfulness of the women of the church. When 
they were without a pastor they prayed every day that God would send them the 
right pastor and they are continuing to pray every day that God will send lost 
souls their way so they might help them. Another reason for the increase in 
baptisms was Vacation Bible School. They promoted Vacation Bible School in 
their neighborhood and also passed out attractive brochures with the plan of 
salvation. 

David Duarte, Hispanic Baptist Mission, gave information on the 
number of Hispanics in our area. There has been a 2 13% growth in Hispanics 
from 1990 to 1996. There are 10,000 Hispanics living in the Piedmont and 
approximately 300,000 Hispanics living in North Carolina. The average age is 
thirty-two years. He stated that one way their mission was reaching out to the 
people was through the Bethany Baptist Mission in Julian, North Carolina. In 
four years the Hispanic Mission has grown to an average attendance of sixty to 
seventy a week. He thanked the Association and its people who have helped 
them. He asked everyone to pray for them. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, led in the prayer 
time. This was to coincide with the National Day of Prayer. 

During the miscellaneous business period, Bobby Matthews, chairman 
of the Personnel Committee, recognized Mary Odom for her work with the 
International Student Ministry. 

Mary spoke on the ministry and asked for constant prayer for the 
students so that they can go back to their country and witness. 

Mr. Matthews made a recommendation from the Personnel Committee 
that Audrey Womack, Church Community Ministries Director, shift from a major 
focus on multi-housing ministry to focus primarily on International Student 
Ministry, and that she increase her hours from 20 to 25 per week. After several 
questions, the motion was approved. 

Rev. Michael Barrett made a motion to extend miscellaneous business 
time for five minutes. The motion was seconded and approved. 

Helen Boone spoke about the Nursing Fellowship. She stated there 
would be a brunch at Summerfield First Baptist Church on May 30th. 

Monica Vaughan, associational Treasurer and member of Rolling Roads 
Baptist Church, presented the Shubal Steams budget. The budget for 1 998-1 999 
is $30,000. The Budget was approved as presented. 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon, Director of Missions, gave his report. He said 
he was thankful to God for all the members of Piedmont Baptist Association. He 
stated that prayer is the key in winning souls and that more churches are turning 
to prayer. He encouraged the churches to pray for the work of the PBA. A lot of 



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the work of the Association is outside of our area. He said that Cuba is another 
door that might be opening. He stated that some Cubans are accepting Christ 
through the Hispanic Mission. 

He said he was excited about starting new work in our area. The 
Hispanic Mission is helping the Bethany Mission work with Hispanics. He 
encouraged other churches to get a vision of working in missions and to reach out 
to all nationalities. 

Herb Meadows led in singing two hymns, "In The Garden" and "I Must 
Tell Jesus". 

Rev. Jack Morris, Minister of Education for Friendly Avenue Baptist 
Church, gave an encouraging introduction for Rev. Pat Cronin, pastor of Friendly 
Avenue Baptist Church, who would bring the doctrinal sermon. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, read 
scripture from 1 Thessalonians 5:9-24 and led in prayer. 

Frank Justice, member of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church, brought a 
message in song, "I Will Heal Their Land." 

Rev. Cronin spoke on the subject of Peace Maker in Church Conflict. 
He said problems in church are mostly in leadership instead of doctrinal issues. 
He made reference to Romans 12:18, "If it be possible, as much a lieth in you, 
live peaceably with all men." God is interested in peace. God's nature is peace 
and he wants us to have that peace. Christians are to be peace makers: 

1 ) To have peace in our heart, we have to have peace with God. We 
cannot share the peace of God if we don't have peace of God in our heart. Peace 
with God comes through Jesus Christ. 

2) Peace with God comes when we have peace with one another. 
His closing remark was Jesus reputation depends on you. Good words 

are no good without living the words. 

The Moderator received a motion and a second to adjourn the afternoon 
session. A delicious meal was served in the fellowship hall. 

After the Shubal Stearns Banquet, the evening session was called to 
order by Rev. Thomas Brown. 

The evening session began with special music. The Associational choir 
with Jennifer Rumple, soloist, sang "All Rise". 

Joe Hilliard, Minister of Music at Gate City Baptist Church, led in 
singing the hymn, "How Great Thou Art". 

The Credentials Committee report was presented by Rev. Ken Clark in 
the absence of Ralph Webb, chairman. The Committee recommended to accept 
Day Star Baptist Church into full fellowship with Piedmont Baptist Association. 
Inga Koujack, member of Day Star Baptist Church, gave her testimony about 
what her church means to her. She stated that during the time that she donated 
a kidney to her brother, the church supported her and prayed for her. The 
Moderator called for the vote. The Day Star Baptist Church was unanimously 
accepted. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, chairman of the Program Committee, introduced 
Dr. James Royston, Executive Director of the Baptist State Convention of North 



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Carolina, who would bring the evening message. 

Testimonies were given by Rev. Terry Larsen, Walter Thomas and Rev. 
Mark Howell. 

Rev. Larsen stated that when he was considering being a pastor, he 
prayed that God would send him to a church that had potential. He stated that 
Calvary Baptist Church is mission minded. They targeted the Stoney Creek 
community to share the news of Jesus Christ. On May 16th. and 30th. they will 
go to homes and pray for them. They will try to share in seven hundred homes 
on two Saturdays. He said outreach is important in their church. In the summer 
they plan to start a satellite church at Stony Creek. 

Walter Thomas, member of Guilford Baptist Church, gave his 
testimony. He stated they had love in their church. In 1993 their new pastor, Dr. 
Richard Hipps, brought a new vision to the church. They got involved in 
missions in Brazil. They also started a new church there. They have made five 
trips to Brazil. The new church building in Brazil is used every day for ministry 
in the community for medical and legal service. He said Guilford Church's 
vision is to continue mission work in Brazil. He told of Guilford Church's 1.5 
million dollar addition to their church. 

Rev. Mark Howell, member of the Partnership Missions Committee, 
spoke about the work with the New Hampshire Partnership. He stated that we 
have a responsibility to share the Lord, Jesus Christ. He encouraged us to take 
the responsibility to help in New Hampshire. 

A drama team from Pleasant Garden Baptist Church brought a 
performance about Jesus interviewing people to work for him. The theme was, 
"The harvest is plenteous, but the laborers are few". The people wanted to use 
their talents for God in their way, but God wanted them to use their talents in His 
way. 

The associational choir and Kathy Huber, soloist, brought the special 
music, "When I Get To Heaven". 

Dr. James Royston preached the message for the evening session. His 
scripture was from Galatians 6:7-9, "Reaping what we plant". We receive good 
seed by going to church. Certain things will happen when we plant seed- if we 
plant good seed, we will reap good things; if we plant sin, we will reap bad 
things. Sin will catch up with you; you reap what you sow. Sometimes you will 
reap more than you sow. He encouraged us to plant good seeds for the harvest. 

Dr. Andrew Royals, pastor Florida Street Baptist Church, dismissed 
with prayer. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford Smith, Assistant Clerk 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD MINUTES 



February 16, 1998 

The executive board meeting was held in the fellowship hall of 
Florida Street Baptist Church at 12:00 on February 16, 1998. 

Following a delicious meal provided by the church, Ed Roberts, 
member of Lawndale Baptist Church and vice-moderator, called the meeting to 
order in the absence of moderator, Rev. Thomas Brown. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Baptist Church led in singing 
the hymn, "To God Be The Glory." 

Steve Sparks, minister of education at Florida Street Baptist Church, 
led in the devotion with scripture from Genesis. The theme of the devotion was, 
"It is not good to be alone." He led in prayer. 

Ed Roberts, vice-moderator, presented the minutes of the last meeting. 
After review and questions, the minutes were approved as presented. 

Monica Vaughan, member of Rolling Roads Baptist Church and 
associational treasurer, presented the financial report. She explained the report 
and asked for questions. She stated that finances are in the red and that offerings 
are behind for January. The financial report was approved as presented. 

The following reports were made: 

WMU 

Betty Roberts, member of Lawndale Baptist Church and associational 
WMU director, gave an in-depth report. She began with the report on the WMU 
Focus Week banquet and program which was held Tuesday, February 10th., at 
Florida Street Baptist Church. Irma Duke, WMU executive director/treasurer for 
North Carolina was the guest speaker. Two hundred ninety-seven people were 
served a delicious banquet prepared by church hostess, Frances Boone, and her 
committee. The decorations were beautiful. Many more people came for the 
program held in the auditorium. It was believed to be at least four hundred in 
attendance. They were grateful for the men who came and encouraged them- 
especially the pastors. 

WMU is encouraging our churches to promote our season of prayer for 
North American Missions and the ingathering of Annie Armstrong Offering., 
The national goal is $42 million. The mission study is on "Mississippi River 
Ministry." She stated that there would be a ministers and wives appreciation 
banquet on March 12th. 

Mrs. Roberts asked that Piedmont Baptist Association Missions be 
promoted and supported in our churches through the Shubal Stearns Offering in 
May. 

Partnership Committee 

The Partnership Committee report was presented by Dennis Blackmon, 
director of missions. 

Roger Howerton made a recommendation for the committee, "That the 
PBA enter into partnership with the New Hampshire Association for a minimum 
of three years to help start new churches." Dr. Blackmon gave in-depth 



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information on this work. He stated there was a great need in New Hampshire 
for starting new churches. There are only twelve Baptist churches and only five 
Southern Baptist Missions in New Hampshire. He stated that the PBA had 
already done some preparation work on this project. July 4th. , 1998 is the 
target date to start knocking on doors. 

The PBA Partnership with New Hampshire Association was approved. 

Personnel Committee 

Bobby Matthews, chairman of the Personnel Committee and member 
of Northside Baptist Church, made a recommendation for the committee, "That 
Rev. Manuel Cunnup be hired as part-time associate to the Director of Missions, 
to work in computers and electronic communication, volunteer enlistment, and 
senior adults. The work would consist of twenty hours per week." 

Dr. Blackmon gave a report on the work Rev. Cunnup would be doing. 
He would be working with the web-side, provide assistance to churches in their 
computer needs, enlist volunteers to serve in the many ministries of our 
Association and help more senior adults to become active in their churches and 
Association. 

This motion was approved. 

Rev. Manuel Cunnup spoke about his work since retiring as Director 
of Missions for the Piedmont Baptist Association. He stated that the PBA is an 
extraordinary Association. He said he was excited about working with the PBA 
again. He spoke of what his work would consist of. 

International Student Ministries 

Mary Odom, associational director of international student ministries 
and member of Central Baptist Church, spoke on the ministry of helping people 
learn English and being able to witness to them about our Savior, Jesus Christ. 
She said there is a culture diversity and encouraged people to get involved in 
working in this ministry. 

A host church is needed for the August 17, 1998 executive board 

meeting. 

Lawrence Clapp, pastor of South Elm Street Baptist Church, dismissed 
the meeting with prayer. 

August 17, 1998 

The Executive Board meeting was held in the Fellowship Hall of the 
Rolling Roads Baptist Church. 

Moderator Thomas Brown, Pastor of the Northside Baptist Church, 
opened the meeting with prayer for Jack Morris, Minister of Education, Friendly 
Avenue Baptist Church; Eugene Lawhorne, Pastor of the Buchanan Baptist 
Church, and his wife, who were injured in an auto accident; and Thomas 
Brown's mother, who is recovering from surgery. 

The pastor of the Rolling Roads Baptist Church, Paul Crews, 
welcomed us to his church. He then read a passage of Scripture from the 13th 
chapter of the Gospel of John, and led in prayer. 



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Beauford Smith, pastor of the Colfax Baptist Church, and assistant 
clerk of the Association, moved that the minutes be approved as read. It was 
seconded and approved. 

Monica Vaughan, a member of the Rolling Roads Baptist Church, and 
Treasurer for the Association, presented the Financial report and the 1999 
Budget recommendation. She stated that receipts for the current year were about 
$10,000 less than budget needs, but that the association had not spent more than 
it had received, so it is financially sound. She then called attention to the 
recommended Budget for 1999, a copy of which had been included in the 
material given to every board member. She pointed out the changes from the 
current year's Budget, and closed by saying that the new Budget included an 
overall increase of about 2.4% over this year's. She then moved that the 
proposed budget be approved for presentation to the Annual Meeting of the 
Association as the recommended budget. It was approved. 

Bobby Matthews, member of the Northside Baptist Church and 
Chairman of the Associational Personnel Committee, presented two motions. 
They were: 

1. The Sandy Ridge Prison has no money allocated for it in the proposed state 
budget for 1999. Unless this changes, the Sandy Ridge Prison will close as of 
January 1 , 1999, as presently proposed by the Governor. In view of this, the 
Associational Personnel Committee moves that the PBA Sandy Ridge Chaplain, 
David Fleming, be paid full salary and benefits through February, 1999, or until 
he is employed in another position, whichever comes first. This motion was 
approved after discussion. 

2. We move that a special committee be appointed by the Chairman of the 
Personnel Committee, the Moderator, and the Director of Missions, to study the 
future personnel needs of the PBA and report to the Association no later than the 
Executive Board meeting in February, 1999. The Moderator is to be the 
Chairman of this Special Committee, with the Director of Missions and the 
Chairman of the Personnel Committee serving as ex-offici members. The 
intention is to have a committee of eight, plus the two ex-offici members. After 
discussion, this motion was also approved. 

Under New Business, Roger Barricks, assistant pastor, First Baptist 
Church Summerfield, and Chairman of an Ad Hoc Committee on Emergency 
Pastoral Assistance, presented the following motion: 

This Committee recommends that the PBA establish the Emergency Pastor 
Assistance for the purpose of assisting current and retired pastors of the PBA in 
times of special emergency. This ministry is to be administered by a special 
EJP.A. committee consisting of (1) The President of the Pastor's Conference, (2) 
the Moderator of the PBA, (3) the Treasurer of the Pastor's Conference, (4) the 
Director of Missions of the PBA, (5) three members at large who will serve on 
a three year rotating basis. The members of this committee will serve under the 
following guidelines: 



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SITUATIONS THAT WILL QUALIFY: 

(a) Any special needs that are brought to this committee will be evaluated, 
based on the investigation of the committee and decided upon by the committee. 

(b) Assistance will be limited to a specific emergency need. 

In the discussion that followed, Dennis Blackmon, PBA Director of 
Missions, stated that the plan was to transfer $ 1 ,000 from the Contingency Fund 
to Emergency Pastoral Assistance. Each pastor will contribute $ 1 .00 per week 
to this fund and churches may contribute if they so desire. Checks for this fund 
should be sent to the Piedmont Baptist Association and designated for 
Emergency Pastoral Assistance. The motion was approved. 

Dennis Blackmon told of plans to honor Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Parker at 
the Annual Meeting. He also said that this year's Annual Associational Minutes 
will be dedicated in honor of the Parkers in view of their faithful service in this 
Association for nearly fifty years. 

Dr. Blackmon then told of how God was blessing the Spanish Mission 
that was meeting in the very room where we were assembled. He said that as 
many as eighty-five persons had been present for a recent worship service. 

Moderator Thomas Brown then called on Otis Davis, pastor of New 
Bessemer Baptist Church, to tell how God was blessing this church since it 
moved. Otis reported that they were already filling the new building. 
Moderator Brown reported that God was also blessing at the church he pastored, 
Northside Baptist Church. Someone else reported that God was moving in the 
Camp Herman Baptist Church with eight people awaiting baptism at the present 
time. 

It was announced that the Annual Meeting will be November 5, 1998 
at Central Baptist Church. 

The meeting was closed with prayer. 
Respectfuly submitted, 
Austin Lovin, Clerk 



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CONSTITUTION OF 
PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 



ARTICLE 1 

NAME AND PURPOSE 

Section 1 . The name of the Association is PIEDMONT BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Section 2. The purpose of the Association is to proclaim the Gospel of 

Jesus Christ by developing and promoting programs to assist the effectiveness of 
the churches in their mission in cooperation with the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE 11 
QUALIFICATION OF MEMBER CHURCHES 

Section 1 . A church admitted to membership in this Association shall be 

a Church which shall cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, be 
recommended by the Credentials Committee and whose membership shall con 
sist of believers baptized by immersion only. 

Section 2. Unless it shall be a member of this Association upon the date of 

adoption of this Constitution, a Church to be admitted as a member of this 
Association shall apply for membership by submitting a statement over the 
signature of its pastor and clerk that the Church intends to cooperate with the 
Southern Baptist Convention and the Association and that its members have been 
baptized by immersion only. The Credentials Committee shall use as its basic 
guide in examining the Church the "Baptist Faith and Message" as adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. Upon recommendation by the 
Credentials Committee of the Association and upon a vote of at least two-thirds of 
the messengers voting at a meeting of the Association, a church, or mission shall 
be admitted under the watchcare of the Association. The church or mission may 
after one year, if recommended by the Credentials Committee, be received into the 
full fellowship of the Association. 

Section 3. Each member church shall retain its autonomy, but if the 

Credentials Committee of the Association shall determine that a member church 
has ceased to cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, the Baptist State 
Convention and/or the Association, or has admitted members not baptized by 
immersion only, upon recommendation of the Credentials Committee at a meeting 
of the Association and upon a vote of at least two-thirds of the messengers voting 
at such meeting, a member church may be expelled from membership in the 
Association. No person serving the Association in any capacity shall be qualified 
to continue in office if the member church of which he is a member is expelled. 



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ARTICLE III 
MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Section 1 . The Association shall meet at least once per year. The annual 

meeting shall begin on the last Thursday of October, unless the Executive Board 
of the Association shall decide upon a different date for the meeting and notify each 
member church at least thirty (30 ) days in advance of the different date. 
Section 2. Special meetings of the Association may be convened by the 

Moderator if the Executive Board shall give prior approval and written notice shall 
be given to the member churches at least ten days prior to the special meeting. 
Section 3. The representation of the member churches at annual or special 

meetings of the Association shall be by messengers. Each member church shall 
be entitled to send to a meeting of the Association as messengers, the pastor, one 
(1) additional staff member and not less than six (6) of its other members. Each 
church shall be entitled to one (1) additional member for each 200 members of that 
church above 300 members. Churches are encouraged to send as many of their 
Executive Board representatives as possible to serve as messengers. 
Section 4. Meetings of the Association and of the Executive Board shall be 

conducted in accordance with parliamentary rules of order as set forth in the latest 
edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE IV 
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Section 1. The officers of the Association are a Moderator, a Vice 

Moderator, a Clerk, and a Treasurer. The Association may elect an Assistant 
Clerk, an Assistant Treasurer and a Parliamentarian, if any is deemed necessary. 
Section 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the annual 

meeting of the Association and shall assume their duties upon the adjournment of 
the annual meeting and hold office until they are replaced by the Association. No 
person may be elected Moderator for more than two successive terms. 
Section 3. The duties of the officers shall include but are not limited to the 

following; 

(a) The Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board. 

(b) The Vice Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board at the request of or in the 
absence of the Moderator at any such meeting. 

(c) The Clerk shall record the proceedings of the Association and the Executive 
Board at all their meetings and shall deliver all notices required by the Constitution 
or directed to be given by the presiding officer. 

(d) The Treasurer shall receive and disburse the funds of the Association as 
directed by the Association or the Executive Board and shall keep accounts of his 
transactions and present an accurate account of same to the annual meeting of the 
Association and as directed by the Executive Board. 



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ARTICLE V 
THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Section 1 . The Executive Board shall be composed of the officers of the 

Association, not more than nine (9) members of each church ( which shall include 
the Pastor, one (1) other staff person, the Sunday School Director, the WMU 
Director, the Brotherhood Director, Chairman of Deacons, and Chairman of 
Finance Committee, and such other number elected by each member church 
necessary to bring the total number of members to nine (9), each director or 
coordinator of each division of the Association and the Director of Missions or any 
other staff member of the Association as ex-officio member without voting power. 
Section 2. The Executive Board shall meet at least four times a year or in 

special meeting called by the Moderator upon at least seven days prior notice to 
each of its members. 

Section 3. The Executive Board has authority to act for the Association 

except as limited by this Constitution between each meeting of the Association, 
whether annual or special, and is responsible for election of the Director of 
Missions of the Association and administration of the Association's business as 
governed by the By-Laws of the Association. 

ARTICLE VI 
LEGAL TITLE TO PROPERTY 

Recognizing that the Piedmont Baptist Association is incorporated, and 
that by law the corporation holds title to its property and further recognizing that 
by law all corporations are required to have officers designated as President, Vice 
President, Secretary and Treasurer, the following officers as set forth in Article IV 
of the Constitution are to serve as officers of the Corporation in the following 
capacities: 

Moderator - President 
Vice Moderator - Vice President 
Clerk - Secretary 
Treasurer - Treasurer 
The signatures of the Moderator and Clerk, acting as President and Secretary of 
the Corporation, shall be required as the means to affect the transfer of property 
owned by the Corporation. The Association shall authorize any transfer of real 
property. Should action of trustees be legally required for any reason in the 
future, the Moderator and Clerk are hereby designated as trustees. 

ARTICLE VII 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . This constitution may be amended by at least two-thirds vote of 

the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
proposed amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the churches not less 



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than twenty (20) days before the convening of the annual meeting and the proposed 
amendment is read to the Executive Board as information in its meeting prior to the 
annual meeting. 

Section 2. This Constitution may be amended by at least two thirds 

majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association, provided that 
the proposed amendment is moved for passage by the Executive Board and that 
notice of the proposed amendment including all its provisions has been delivered 
to each member church not less than twenty (20) days before the special meeting 
convenes. 



BY-LAWS 
OF 

PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 

ARTICLE 1 
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 

Section 1. Ultimate authority of the Association shall reside in the 

Association duly assembled by majority vote of the duly elected messengers at such 
meeting, provided that a quorum shall be present and voting. A quorum shall be 
at least one (1) messenger from at least 25% of the then member churches. 
Section 2. The Executive Board shall have the authority and responsibility 

provided for in the Constitution, Article V Section 3. It may establish such 
committees as may be necessary to accomplish its responsibilities. Each member 
of any such committee shall be a member in good standing of one of the member 
churches in the Association. Upon election of Director of Missions for the 
Association by majority vote, the Executive board shall retain the services of the 
Director of Missions under a contract which shall include a specific description of 
the duties, responsibilities and other terms of employment. If there shall be a 
vacancy in the position of Director of Missions, the Executive Board shall appoint 
a Search Committee which shall seek, recommend and nominate to the Executive 
Board a candidate or candidates for Director of Missions from which nomination 
or nominations the Executive Board shall elect Director of Missions who shall hold 
office at the pleasure of the Executive Board and in accordance with the contract 
of employment. 

Section 3. The Director of Missions shall be the Chief Executive of the 

Association and shall report to and be directly responsible to the Executive Board. 
The Director of Missions shall be responsisble for the proper ruction of all 
departments and committees of the Association and shall be a member of all such 
committees, ex-officio. The Director of Missions shall plan and develop the 
programs and objectives of the departments and divisions of the Association and 



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shall advise, consult with and counsel the committees, departments and divisions 
to facilitate the attainment of their goals. 

Section 4. An Associational council shall be presided over by the Director 

of Missions and shall be composed of the Directors or Coordinators of each of the 
four (4) divisions (Administration ,Church Development, Christian Ministries, 
Denominational and Public Affairs) together with the officers of the Association, 
Directors of Departments and Ministries. The Council shall be responsible for 
planning and coordinating the work of the committees, divisions, departments, 
ministries, and calendaring the events, meetings and other work of 
the Association to assure the effectiveness of the four divisions. 
Section 5. There shall be four (4) divisions of the Association each to be headed 
by a Director or Coordinator who shall be responsible for guidance of the work of 
his or her respective division as follows: 

1. Division of Administration. It shall be composed of the committees of the 
Association which have administrative duties, including but not limited to 
committees for credentials, finance, auditing, constitutional revision, properties, 
personnel, nominating, on committees, arrangements for meetings, ordinations, 
resolutions, and program. The work of this division shall be guided and 
coordinated by the Administrative Assistant. This person may be a paid staff 
member. 

II. Division of Church Development. It shall be composed of departments 
designed to edify the member churches in membership, education, and 
proclamation, including but not limited to departments for Sunday School, Church 
Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism, 
Stewardship, Youth, Senior Citizens, Recreation and TACMO. The Director of 
this division may at the pleasusre of the Executive Board, be retained at salary 
under contract. Each of the departments shall be headed by a Director and all of 
the Directors of the departments shall constitute a Council to advise and consult 
with the Director of the Division. 

III. Division of Christian Ministries. It shall be composed of ministries of the 
Association which are designed to meet human needs in the bounds of our 
Association. These shall include but not be limited to: Church Extension, 
Chaplaincy, Literacy, International Students, Vietnamese Mission and 
Resettlement, the Director of this division may, at the pleasure of the Executive 
Board, be retained at salary under contract. 

IV. Division of Denominational and Public Affairs. It shall be composed of 
committees related to the institutions and agencies of the North Carolina State 
Baptist Convention and/or the Southern Baptist Convention including but not 
limited to Children's Home, Baptist Hosptial, Homes for Aging, Christian 
Education, Cooperative Program, Christian Literature, Christian Life and Public 
Affairs, Radio and Television Commission, Baptist World Alliance, Foreign 
Missions, Home Missions, and State Missions. The Coordinator of this division 
shall represent the Association in contacts with the official representatives of any 
and all such agencies. 



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The Director or Coordinator of each division shall report the work of his or her 
division to the Executive Board at its regular meeting. 

Section 6. The Chairman and each member of each committee of the 

Association shall be a member in good standing of one of the member churches of 
the Association. Each member of each committee of the Association shall be 
elected at the Annual Meeting of the Association and shall begin his or her duties 
on 1 November thereafter. The members of all committees shall be elected so as 
to serve terms enabling one member to rotate off the committee and be replaced 
each year. Replacements of committee members who shall cease to serve during 
the term shall be made by the Executive Board. 

Section 7. The Committee on Committees shall be composed of at least 

five members appointed by the Moderator and approved by the messengers 
attending the last session of the Annual Meeting. It shall be responsible for 
submitting nominations of persons to serve on the administrative committees of the 
Association set forth in Article II of this Constitution. 

ARTICLE II 
STANDING COMMITTEES 

The Association shall elect, at the Annual Meeting, the Standing Committees set 
forth in this Article, which shall serve for a term of three years, with the exception 
of those being nominated to fill an unexpired term. 

(a) Finance Committee: It shall be composed of six or more persons, including 
the Treasurer and Vice-Moderator of the Association, which shall be responsible 
for the original preparation of the budget, reviewing the financial statements and 
making a report thereof as required to the officers of the Association or to the 
Executive Board. 

(b) Auditing Committee: It shall be composed of two or more members, and 
shall be responsible for auditing the financial rrecords and making a report to the 
Association. 

(c) Ordination Committee: It shall be composed of at least six ordained ministers 
of the member churches of the Association and shall be available to counsel with 
and assist any of the churches of the Association as to any person seeking 
ordination. 

(d) Credentials Committee: It shall be composed of at least nine (9) members 
and shall investigate applications for and recommend to the Association action 
upon affiliation by any church applying within the Asssociation's area. It shall also 
consider and recommend to the Association action with respect to any withdrawal 
of affiliation of any member church from the Association. It shall be responsible 
for investigating and recommending to the Association any question regarding the 
seating of messengers to any annual or special meeting of the Asssociation. 

(e) Constitution Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) members 
and be responsible for considering and recommending action to the Association 
with respect to any change in the Constitution or By-Laws of the Association, 
(f) Personnel Committee: The Personnel Committee shall be composed of the 



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officers of the Association and at least three members recommended by the 
Committee on Committees. The Committee shall make recommendations of 
persons who shall be retained by the Association under contract of employment 
with the exception of the Director of Missions and those who may be retained for 
a period of less than three months. 

(g) Nominating Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) members. It 
shall recommend to the April meeting of the Executive Board all directors of 
departments and ministries for election to terms of service beginning at the 
adjournment of the following October Annual Meeting. 

This committee also will nominate to the Annual Meeting names of persons to 
serve as Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer and Historian. 

This committee will also recommend to the Executive Board persons to fill 
unexpired terms of positions listed to be nominated by the Committee. 

(h) Program Committee: It shall be composed of at least four (4) members and 
shall develop and coordinate the program for any meeting of the Association and 
in cooperation with the Executive Board shall designate the place of meetings of 
the Association and arrange with the person to present the annual sermon to the 
Annual Meeting of the Association. 

(i) Resolutions Committee: It shall be composed of at least three (3) members and 
shall develop or review and coordinate presentation of any resolution to be 
presented to the Association for adoption. 

Committees of the Association, whether standing or special, ad hoc committees 
shall meet as frequently as necessary to effect their duties. The Chairman of each 
Committee shall cause to be given at least 48 hours prior notice to the committee 
members of any meeting of the committee. 

ARTICLE III 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . These By-Laws may be amended by at least two-thirds vote of 

the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the messengers prior to the 
vote thereon. 

Section 2. These By-Laws may be amended by at least a two-thirds 

majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association provided that the 
proposed amendment has been distributed in writing to the messengers prior to the 
vote thereon and provided further that a proposed amendment shall have been 
delivered to each member church not less than twenty days before the special 
meeting convenes. 

Constitution and By-Laws adopted on May 1 9, 1 980 

Article V, Section 1,3; Article VII Section 1; By-Laws Article 1 Section 2, 3, 4. 
5 Amended Sessions, October 23, 1980. 

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By-Laws Article 1 Section 4, 5, 7; Article II, first Paragraph, (0, (g), Amended 
Sessions, October 29 and 30, 1987. 



Article II Section 2, 3; Article VII Section 1, Amended Sessions, October 27 and 
28, 1988. 

Article VI; By-Laws Article 1, Section 5, Sub-Section 1, Amended Sessions, 
November 2, 1989. 

Article III Section 3; Article V Section 1; Article V Section 2; Article VI; By-Laws 
Article II Paragraph (a), Amended Sessions, May 5, 1994. 



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ANNUAL SUMMARY 
1/1/98 Through 12/31/98 



Category Description OVERALL TOTAL 

INCOME/EXPENSE 



INCOME 





Bank 






5,312.65 




Baptist State Con 






4,700.96 




Church Receipts 






339,678.72 




Other 






965.00 




Prison & Jail 






334.00 




Tax Refund 






698.78 




TOTAL INCOME 


351,690.11 


EXPENSES 








1 


Sunday School 






520.40 


3 


Baptist Men 






37.91 


4 


WMU 






1,641.79 


5 


Music 






-174.44 


7 


Evangelism 






-50.00 


8 


Stewardship 






375.00 


9 


Senior Adult 






150.00 


12 


Secretaries 






0.00 


14 


Pastors Conference-expense 






558.95 


15 


All Church Leadership 






700.00 


10 


Convention Conference 






1,331,32 


17 


Car Director 






2,692.52 


18 


Car Chaplains 






2,102.55 


19 


Supplies 






2,880.68 


20 


Postage 






6,075.17 


21 


Telephone 






3,385.59 


22 


Equipment Maintenance 






7,680.65 


23 


Utilities 






5,149.32 


24 


Janitorial 






O "7*7 A t\(\ 

2,774.00 


25 


Building Maintenance 






5 202 62 


26 


Insurance 






4,200.00 


27 


Prom Pub 






409.87 


29 


Library 






75.65 


3 


Baptist Men 






117.66 


30 


Annual Meeting 






283.46 


31 


Admin Cont 






268.79 


32 


Director 






56,870.48 


33 


Assoc Director 






44,747.97 


34 


Secretary 






20,988.75 



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35 PT Office W 


6,826.58 


36 Insurance os 


5,218,68 


37 Annuity os 


12,185.89 


38 Social Sec 


2,299.05 


40 Assoc Chap 


24,000.00 


41 Chap Prison 


34,318.19 


42 Chap Police 


42,011.65 


43 Insurance C 


9,754.09 


44 Annuity C 


9,942.84 


45 Workman 


744.75 


46 Christmas Gifts 


3,176.00 


50 Misc 


221.40 


Uncategorized Expenses 


0.00 


TOTAL EXPENSES 


321,695.78 


TOTAL INCOME/EXPENSES 


29,994.33 


TRANSFERS 




FROM PRISON & JAIL Designa 


1,992.00 


TOTAL TRANSFERS 


1,992.00 



OVERALL TOTAL 31,986.33 



CHURCH RECEIPTS 
1/1/98 Through 12/31/98 
Category Description 

CHURCH RECEIPTS: 

Bessemer 2,720.52 

Bethany 953.63 

Brandt Oaks 634.99 

Calvary 14,290.81 

Camp Herman 1,800.00 

Central 8,318.00 

Clifton Raod 2,649.96 

Colfax 2,925.57 

Cornerstone 15,206.57 

DayStar 150.00 

Eller Memorial 10,000,00 

Florida Street 1,200.00 

Friendly Avenue 1 5,966.9 1 



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Friendship 

Gate City 

Gethsemane 

Gibsonville 

Good News 

Greensboro First 

Groometown 

Guilford 

Hillcrest 

Hispanic 

Hunter Hills 

Immanuel 

Jessup Grove 

Lankford 

Lawndale 

Lindley Park 

Magnolia Street 

New Bessemer 

New Hope 

New Horizon 

Northeast 

Northside 

Outreach 

Parkway 

Pinecroft 

Pleasant Garden 

Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 

Rolling Roads 

Sedgefield 

Sharpe Road 

Sixteenth Street 

South Elm 

Southeast 

Southside 

Stevens Memorial 

Summerfield First 

Sumner 

Temple 

Willomore 

Woodlake 

TOTAL 



50.00 
1,500.00 
581.66 
5,479.46 
1,200.00 
26,429.96 
175.00 
15,971.11 
4,583.37 
383.73 
7,250.14 
5,601.99 
4,964.88 
3,515.03 
38,295.86 
1,690.00 
1,900.95 
666.67 
442.33 
469.91 
2,200.00 
13,057.50 
300.00 
10,547.45 
1,827.58 
19,250.00 
2,857.18 
3,244.00 
6,362.26 
2,400.00 
3,697.46 
500.00 
6,400.00 
3,472.24 
1,860.00 
12,519.73 
12,113.28 
1,107.72 
20,371.69 
6,070.92 
240.00 
10,510.70 
800.00 



339,678.72 



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SHUBAL STEARNS 
MISSIONS BUDGET 
1998-99 



New Churches & Missions $ 1 0,000 

Multihousing 500 

Housing for Homeless & Refugees 2,000 

Partnership 1,200 

Benevolence (Crisis Center, Hospital Ministries) 1,500 

International Students 13,800 

Chaplaincy Support 500 

Literacy 250 

Special Needs 250 

TOTAL $30,000 



1999 BUDGET 

1. CHURCH DEV. 



.1 


Missions 


$7,500.00 


1 


S. School 


2,000.00 


2 


D. Training 


750.00 


3 


Bap. Men 


750.00 


4 


WMU 


3,000.00 


5 


Music 


500.00 


6 


Youth 


750.00 


7 


Evangelism 


2,500.00 


8 


Stewardship 


500.00 


9 


Sr. Adults 


500.00 


10 


Family Min 


800.00 


11 


Recreation 


500.00 


12 


Secretaries Conf. 


100.00 


13 


Seminary Ext. 


400.00 


14 


Pastoral Min. 


1,200.00 


15 


ACLT 


1,500.00 



TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT $23,250.00 

2. SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

16 Conv/Conf/Miss $3,000.00 

17 CarDir/Assoc 3,200.00 
17. 1 Chap Conf./Training 750.00 

18 Car/Chaplains 2,200.00 



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L 1 


Telephone 


LI 


Equipment Main. 


01 
ZJ 


utilities 


Z4 


Janitorial Serv. 


ZJ 


Building Main. 


ZD 


insurance 


Z / 


Promo/Publicity 


Zo 


New Equipment 


zy 


Library Materials 


30 


Annual Meeting 


31 


Admin. Cont. Fund 


TOTAL SUPPORT MINISTRIES 



3. SALARIES/BENEFITS 



32 


Dir. Sal/Housing 


33 


Assoc. Dir Sal/Housing 


34 


Secretary 


35 


P.T. Workers 


36 


Insurance/Off. Staff 


37 


Annuity/Off. Staff 


38 


Social Security 


40 


Assoc. Chap/Guil. 


41 


Future Position 


42 


Chap/Police 


43 


Insurance/Chap. 


44 


Annuity/Chap 


45 


Workmen's Comp. 


46 


Christmas Gifts 



TOTAL SALARIES/BENEFITS 

4. Miscellaneous 

BUDGET TOTAL 

CHURCHES 

SALES TAX REFUND 

PRISON/JAIL 

FUNDS CARRIED FORWARD: 
BSC 

EARNED INTEREST 
TOTAL 



3,300.00 
8,000.00 
3,500.00 
7,500.00 
6,500.00 
3,820.00 
5,000.00 
4,500.00 
700.00 
5,000.00 
600.00 
500.00 
1,500.00 
$59,570.00 



$55,725.00 
44,350.00 
20,923.38 
15.000.00 

8,800.00 
17,102.00 

3,100.00 
27,000.00 
30,000.00 
39,965.38 

9,000.00 
10,913.54 

1,400.00 

4,700.00 
$287,979.29 

$5,000.00 

$375,799.29 

$364,058.00 
400.00 
1,500.00 

4,500.00 
5,341.00 
$375,799.00 



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Committee on Committees 



Committee on Committees 
(Moderator Appointed) 



Dorrence Stewart 1999 

Austin Lovin 1999 

Otis Davis 2000 

Shirley Barbee 2000 

Bobby Matthews 2001 

Terry Larsen, Chr. 2001 

Audit Committee 

Edna Carter, Chr. 1999 

Randy Minix 2000 

BradNewkirk 2001 

Constitution Committee 

Larry Patterson 1999 

Vernon Williams, Chr. 2000 

LonnieBaxley 2001 

Credentials Committee 

Ken Clark, Chr. 1999 

Mack Trull 1999 

Larry Thompson 2000 

Deryl Holliday 2000 

David Horton 2000 

Lawrence Clapp 2001 

Harriet Kanoy 2001 

DeneMalone 2001 



Partnership Missions Committee 



Roger Howerton, Chr. 


1999 


Manuel Cunnup 


1999 


David Duarte 


1999 


Ron Hill 


2000 


Pat Frazier 


2000 


Felicity Gordon 


2000 


Joanne Bettini 


2001 


Roy Carter 


2001 


Steve Turner 


2001 


Personnel Committee 


Moderator 


Thomas Brown 


Treasurer 


Monica Vaughan 


V-Moderator 


Ed Roberts 


Jake Thornhill 


1999 


Otis Davis, Chr. 


2000 


Arnold Culbreath 


2001 


Program Committee 


Music Director 


Ron Freeman 


Mary Lou Holoman 


1999 


Craig Saunders 


1999 


Mike Jones, Chr. 


2000 


Sue Butner 


2000 


Ron Prevatte 


2001 



Finance Committee 



Stewardship Dir. 
Treasurer, Chr. 
V-Moderator 
George Hayes 
Jim Kincaid 
Jay Bolejack 
Paul Eanes 
Fred Binder 



Wade Wylie 
Monica Vaughan 
Ed Roberts 
1999 
1999 
2000 
2001 
2001 



Nominating Committee 

Wilson Stewart 1999 

BillClafley 1999 

Gerald Primm, Chr. 2000 

Shirley Smith 2000 

DonShelton 2001 



Ordination Committee 

Terry Larsen 1999 

Richard Hipps, Chr. 1999 

Tommy Vogler 2000 

Beaufbrd Smith 2000 

Alton Cook 2001 

Paul Crews 2001 



Properties Committee 

Phil Weathersbee, Chr. 1999 

DonnieHughey 1999 

Fred (Buddy) Short 2000 

JimClontz 2001 

Chris Morgan 2001 



Resolutions Committee 

Jim Fleet, Chr. 1999 

Gene Lawhorne 2000 

Larry Pugh 2001 



Strategic Planning Committee 



DOM 

Assoc. DOM 
Moderator 
V-Moderator 
Nancy Jackson 
Richard Byrd 
Phil Whin- 



Dennis Blackmon 
Barry Nealy 
Thomas Brown, Chr. 
Ed Roberts 
1999 
2000 
2001 



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ASSOCIATIONS STAFF AND OFFICERS 



Director of Missions 

Dennis Blackmon, 3708 Hobbs Rd, 27408 288-6268 
Associate Director of Missions 

Barry Nealy, 5305 Bayberry Lane, 27405 545-1 561 

Secretary 

Jean Warren, 2925 MarWs Place, 27408 288- 1 98 1 

Church-Community Ministries Director 

Audrey Womack, 1 823-D Fairfax Rd., 27407 854-462 1 

Chaplains 

City Police-Wofford Boyd, 

5602 Courtfield Dr. 27455 373-2234 
Prison-David Fleming, 
281 1 Lamroc Rd., 27407 294-3605 
Sheriffs Department-Reginald Cook 
201 Ray St., 27406 373-3099 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Moderator Thomas Brown, Northside, 275-9588 

Vice Moderator Ed Roberts, Lawndaie, 855-8082 

Clerk Beauford Smith, Colfax, 274-3 1 55 

Assistant Clerk Lucille Grubbs, Stevens Memorial, 62 1 -4846 

Treasurer Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads, 299-7909 

Sunday School Director Jack Morris, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 
Adults Jim Stagg, Hunter Hills, 299-1332 

Children Gail Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-986 1 

Jeff Doss, Pleasant Garden, 674-5382 
Preschool Kay Underwood, Hunter Hills, 299-9035 

Youth Brett Crimmel, Calvary, 697-9634 

College and Career Gene Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-3895 

VBS Director Donna Larsen, Calvary, 697-9634 

Co-VBS Director Jeff Doss, Pleasant Garden, 674-5382 

Singles Morris Horner, Lawndaie, 288-3824 

Bible Drills Cindi McNeal, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 

TeamKid Terri King, Friendly Avenue, 854-8804 

Discipleship Training Director Bill Claffey, Southside, 855-9045 

WMU Director 

Assistant WMU Director 

Consultants: 

Women on Mission Shirley Barbee, Southside, 275-6926 

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Shannon Wyrick, Sixteenth St., 275-7428 
Nursing Fellowship Faye Proulx, Summerfield First, 427-7 1 75 
Nursing Fellowship Asst. Helen Boone, Sixteenth St., 427-5807 
Acteens Kim McDowell, Pleasant Garden, 495- 1 853 

Acteens Assistant Ann Mclntyre, Parkway, 375-3363 

Girls In Action Martha Hunter, Northeast, 697-947 1 

Girls in Action Assistant Judy Strader, Rankin, 656-7389 

Mission Friends Felicity Gordon, Parkway, 282-2364 

International Ministry Nancy Jackson, Pleasant Garden, 674-7128 
African/ American Barbara McNeil, Friendship, 852-0375 

Secretary/Treasurer Debbie Reynolds, Immanuel, 288-7348 
Music Director Frances Caviness, Sixteenth Street, 621-3752 
Brotherhood Director Larry Hunter, Northeast, 697-947 1 

Bill Perdue, RA Director, Lankford Memorial 621-5282 
Ron Hill, Friendly Avenue 288-4027 
Richard Hipps, Guilford 299-1234 
Ed Roberts, Lawndale 855-8082 
Wilson Stewart, Jessup Grove 288-1125 
Jimmy Stout, Camp Herman 621-9433 
Music Director Ron Freeman, Summerfield First, 643-6383 

Youth Director Randall Floyd, Parkway, 288-27 1 

Senior Adult Director Manuel Cunnup, Parkway, 288-6 148 

Evangelism Director Jake Thornhill, Jr., Hunter Hills, 299-1 332 
Philip Whitt, DayStar 852-75 1 

Deryl Holliday, Summerfield First 643-6383 
Barry Darnell, Hunter Hills 299-1332 
Mike Barrett, Pleasant Garden 674-5382 
Jake Thornhill, Hunter Hills 299-1 332 

Alex McFarland, Friendly Avenue 685-91 55 

Stewardship Director Wade Wylie, Pleasant Garden, 697-75 1 7 

Wofford Boyd, Brandt Oaks 373-2460 
T. E. Pardue, Southside 273- 1 853 

Ralph Metcalf, Pleasant Grove 299-2622 
Jim Watson. Hunter Hills 294-8777 
J. D. Holder, Eller Memorial 292-8983 
Neal Matthews, Northside 273-0546 
Christian Life Director Dee Willis, Lawndale, 288-8377 

Jim Fleet, Eller Memorial 272-44 1 8 

Roy Carter, Camp Herman 375-4794 
Beauford Smith, Colfax 274-3 1 55 

Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial 273-74 1 7 



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Kimberly Shimmel, Hunter Hills 547-0090 
Andy Royals, Florida Street 275-9 1 78 

Ken Clark, Central 643-7684 
Recreation Director Philip Whitt, DayStar, 299-8866 

Terry Henry, DayStar 882-3223 
Bobby Barton, Gate City 299-2420 
Paul Crews, Rolling Roads 855-5076 
John Garner, Northeast 621-4199 
Andy Royals, Florida Street 275-9 1 78 

Family Ministry Director Ken Clark, Central, 643-7684 

Pastoral Ministries Dir. Deryl Holliday, Sumtnerfield First, 643-6383 
Seminary Extension Dir. Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial, 272-8437 
Church Library/Media Center Dir. Joan Justice, Calvary, 674-9566 
Church Library/Media Center Assist. Shirley Smith, Colfax, 274-3 1 55 
Bold Mission Prayer Coord. Richard Byrd, Cornerstone, 665-1 944 
Missions Development Director Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-765 1 
Literacy Louise Snyder, Hunter Hills, 292-8732 

Hospital Emergency Housing Ernest Jones, Willomore, 697-9893 
Partnership Missions Roger Howerton, Central, 643-4755 

Brotherhood Larry Hunter, Northeast, 697-9471 

Mission Action Shirley Barbee, Southside, 275-6926 

Homeless Housing Clay Cook, Colfax, 993-5572 

Crisis Center Clay Cook, Colfax, 993-5572 

International Students Audrey Womack, PBA Office, 275-7651 
Multihousing Audrey Womack, PBA Office, 275-765 1 

Nominating Committee 
Lawrence Clapp, Chairman 
Wilson Stewart Bill Claffey Gerald Primm Shirley Smith 



PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee met seven times during the year to 
discuss personnel needs, salary recommendations , proposed personnel 
changes, and to recommend a long range staffing survey. 

Bobby Matthews, Chairman 
Thomas Brown Ed Roberts Monica Vaughan 
Jake Thornhill Otis Davis 



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CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

The Credentials Committee is charged with the examination and 
recommendation of churches that apply for membership in Piedmont Baptist 
Association. DayStar Baptist Church applied for membership in 1997 and was 
accepted under watchcare for one year. The Credentials Committee met with 
leaders April 16, 1998. Committee members present were Ralph Webb, 
Chairman, Ken Clark, David Horton, Joe Hill. Those present from DayStar were 
Pastor Philip Whitt, Ray Holoman, Mary Lou Holoman and Randy Minix. A 
report was given including Sunday School attendance of 60 in five classes and 
average worship over 90. The church had baptized 12 and had 5 others awaiting 
baptism. Over 1,200 homes had been contacted and Rev. Whitt received the 
Church Planter of the Year Award from the Baptist State Convention! The 
Committee found DayStar to be Southern Baptist in its organizational structure, 
doctrine and worship style. The Committee recommended full membership to 
the Association in its semi-annual session at Gate City Baptist Church on May 7, 
1998. 

Ralph Webb, Chairman 
Ken Clark David Horton Joe Hill 
Shannon Wyrick Mack Trull Larry Thompson Deryl Holiday 



PARTNERSHIP MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

The Partnership Missions Committee met on December 1 1, 1997 and 
recommended $12,000 be set aside to help start church planting in New 
Hampshire in 1998. 

Dennis Blackmon and Roger Howerton travelled to Henniker, New 
Hampshire on January 23, 1998 to meet with John Kuespert, Director of 
Missions of the New Hampshire Baptist Association. 

We picked up Rev. Mark Howell on January 24, 1 998 at Manchester 
Airport and travelled to possible church sites. We toured Bedford, Derry, and 
Londonderry and rode by Island Pond Baptist Church which has an attendance 
of four hundred and is the largest church in the New Hampshire Association. 
Island Pond is donating $800 per month for new work. 

The next day we attended Bedford Baptist Church with Rev. Howell 
who was speaking. Attendance was approximately thirty. We toured Raymond, 
New Hampshire that evening. 

On January 26, 1998 we rode North to Tilton, Laconie, Franklin and 

Concord. 

We have not had any churches in our Association to send teams to New 
Hampshire. We encourage participation. We have received some encouraging 
news and feel we must pass it on. 

Providence Baptist Church in Raymond, New Hampshire began 
meeting in a middle school four weeks ago averaging thirty in attendance. They 
have had forty professions of faith and are averaging ten in follow-up Bible 
Study. 



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In Londonderry, New Hampshire we secured the use of a local 
community center and paid the rent through December 1998 with some of our 
funds. Nineteen attended the first Service. They received eighteen signatures of 
those who want to help. The second service saw twenty in attendance with one 
original family on vacation. 

John Kuespert reported they have knocked on 20,000 doors, talked to 
over 5,000 people, presented the gospel over 1,000 times and had at least 150 
professions of faith. 

This report should be exciting to the churches in our Association. We 
need to answer the following questions: "How can I help?" or "When can our 
team go?" Remember we are in a partnership with the New Hampshire Baptist 
Association. 

Roger Howerton, Chairman 
Mark Howell Ralph Metcalf Manuel Cunnup 
David Duarte Ron Hill Pat Frazier 



PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Our property suffered damage from the storm June 30, 1 998. One large 
elm tree fell on the apartments rented to homeless families, but no one was 
injured. Repairs were made to the roof and life returned to normal for the 
children playing on the new "playground equipment." We thank God this was 
nothing more than an inconvenience for us and an amusement for the occupants. 

Fourteen large oaks were felled on our Sharpe Road property in the 
same storm. The tractor shed was damaged, but insurance covered repair costs. 
The picnic shelter was finally repaired completely from prior wind damage. 
Many hours were spent cleaning up limbs and making firewood by youth groups 
and adult volunteers. Thanks to all for the hard work they have donel 
John Reagin Winfred Gallimore Phil Weathersbee 
Donnie Hughey Fred Short 



ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordination Committee of the Piedmont Baptist 
Association met one time during the past year. 

At the request of Rev. Larry Faust, pastor of Good News Baptist 
Church, the Committee met on March 17, 1998 to examine Sherlock Bynum, 
their associate minister. 

The Committee examined Sherlock Bynum on his salvation experience, 
his call and doctrinal knowledge. 

The Committee found the candidate to be doctrinally sound and capable 
to carry on the work of a Baptist minister. The Committee recommended that the 
Good News Church proceed with ordination. 

A. L. Parker, Chm. 
Terry Larsen Richard Hipps Tommy Vogler Beauford Smith 

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DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Dennis Blackmon 

The 1997/1998 Associational year has been a year of new highs for 
some churches and a year of great trial for others. On balance it would seem that 
as the churches move forward in calling Christians to repentance and revival and 
bringing the lost to faith in Christ, that the attacks of Satan have increased. 
However, as we come to assess the results of the year's work there is definite 
cause for rejoicing. 

Two new churches have been started during 1998. The New Horizon 
Church is meeting a the Southeast Middle School. It is being led by Rev. Mark 
Gray and sponsored by Pleasant Garden Church. On November 2 the Calvary 
Chapel is starting at Southwest High School. Its pastor will be Rev. Jeff 
Chetwood and will have Calvary Baptist in Winston Salem as its primary sponsor 
and Guilford Baptist as a co-sponsor. Pilot Mountain Association and Central 
Association have been included in some of the planning for this effort. In addition 
the Bessemer Church has been relocated and renewed as the New Bessemer 
Baptist Church (see Barry Nealy's report). 

In 1997 the churches baptized more than in any year since 1972. 857 
baptisms were reported. For 1998 the number will be slightly lower, but it will 
mark the second year in a row to baptize over 800. Again it is the first time in 25 
years that the Association has reached and baptized more than 800 for Christ in 
two consecutive years. 

It is not surprising to find that average Sunday School attendance is also 
up for the second year in a row. The approximately 9,200 in average attendance 
reported is the highest in at least 20 years. Unfortunately the number is still far 
short of the 12,000 reported by our churches in the 1960's. However, the 
movement is definitely in the right direction. 

New churches and missions do not account for a major proportion of the 
totals, but they do produce numbers that are proportionately much greater than 
our established churches. In addition baptisms would not have totaled 800 
without them, and average Sunday School attendance would have been less than 
9,000. Continued growth in the future that stays up with the increase in area 
population will require starting more new churches. 

The Piedmont Baptist Association was blessed during 1998 to have at 
least 2 young ladies appointed as missionaries by the International Mission 
Board. Clellie Allen, who grew up in Southside Baptist Church, and her 
husband, Todd, were appointed in early 1998. Cheryl Cobb, who was called out 
of Rankin Baptist Church, was appointed in September. Both will be working 
with very difficult unevangelized groups n Asia. 

For almost 50 consecutive years Drs. Leroy and Sara Parker have been 
prominent in the annual reports of the Piedmont Baptist Association. Sara, before 
she was a Parker, was already known by and involved with the Association's 
WMU. Together they would total at least a century of service to our Lord in and 
through our churches. During 1998 their residence was transferred to Winston- 
Salem, but their hearts are still here with us. They will still be with us from time 



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to time, but will not be able to serve with us on the same level as in the past. 
They have already been greatly missed. The word we receive from Brookridge 
is that they have already begun to have an impact in their new surroundings. 
Missionaries at heart are missionaries for Christ wherever they are. We thank 
God for the Parkers! 



ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Barry Nealy 

New Bessemer Baptist Church completed its facilities on Hines Chapel 
Road this summer and celebrated by putting together the satellite church begun 
last year at Northeast Middle School with the existing congregation. Attendance 
has doubled. Pastor Otis Davis declares, "The Lord has put us down in the 
middle of a great mission field and we couldn't be happier with all that He is 
doing for our church right now." I'm thrilled that Dennis Blackmon and I had a 
part in redeveloping this church through our consultations with leaders. 

Ministries continue strong. Note the reports on these ministries and new 
churches under the Missions Development section. Our Prayer Letter is sent out 
weekly by FAX and E-MAIL each Tuesday. This includes information on needs 
in our Association and our global missions support. Let us know how we can 
help your church in growth and outreach. 

Wonder how to get information on our churches? PBA has a webpage 
on the Internet maintained by Lonnie Baxley at www.greensboro.com/pba 
When you click on a church name, it brings up a map with the church location 
and information about the member church. 

Your church can get help with evangelism projects through a computer 
program at PBA called Mapping for Evangelism. We will show you how to map 
your neighborhoods, locate visitors, find members' homes in their neighborhoods, 
and track projects like prayer walks or surveys. Call us at 275-765 1 or e-mail us 
at this address: PBAgso@Juno.com 



CHURCH COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
Audrey Womack, Director 

Multihousing Ministry this year included 2 1 5 Bible Studies, 88 worship 
services and required approximately 87 volunteers. The communities where 
activities were held included Hidden Forest Estates, Random Woods Apartments, 
Westview Valley, Woodstream, Morningside, Smith Ranch Motel, South Gate 
Inn. PBA churches participating in these ministries included Willomore, Gate 
City, Guilford, Friendly, Hunter Hills, Pleasant Garden. 

There were 25 First time decisions reported this year as a direct result 
of multihousing ministries. Many residents of the above communities were 
touched by the Gospel of Jesus Christ but did not make a public profession of 



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faith before they moved to another city, state, or even returned to their own 
country. Heaven only knows the decisions made later by the individuals touched 
by the ministries in these communities. 

I began to work with International Student Ministry in July 1998. I, 
along with the Campus Coordinators, attended international student orientations. 
Training sessions for Friend Family program were held at Pleasant Garden, 
Lawndale, Southside, and Hunter Hills Churches. Curry Murray led a special 
international service at Immanuel Baptist Church on August 16. The first big 
event for the year, Fall Welcome Picnic, brought 50 Americans and 35 
international students from Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Angola, Ghana, Japan, 
China, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, India, Bermuda, Trinidad, and Canada. 

The 1998-99 International Student Council consists of Shirley Barbee, 
Southside, Special Events; Jeanette Bare, Southeast, Special Events; Sherlock 
Bynum, Good News, Campus Coordinator A & T; Sheila Flynn, Lawndale, 
Special Events; Wayne Freeze, Southeast, Furnishings; Felicity Gordon, 
Parkway; Special Events; Larry and Nancy Jackson, Pleasant Garden, Friend 
Family; James and Kim Jordan, Magnolia Street, Campus Coordinator UNCG; 
Alex McFarland, Friendly Avenue, Special Studies Instructor; Geneva Metzger, 
Greensboro First, UNCG Baptist Campus Minister; Curry Murray, Immanuel, 
Campus Coordinator Greensboro and Bennett Colleges; Barry Nealy, PBA, 
Friend Family; Mary Burgess, Central, ESL; Beverly Smith, New Bessemer, 
Transportation; Helen Rose, Lindley Park, Special Events; Audrey Womack, 
PBA, Ministries Director. 

The PBA International Council has been busy this year with the Spring 
Retreat, April 3-5, at Caswell Beach; Farewell Cookout, April 25; Mountain trip 
to Hanging Rock State Park, June 20; Fall Welcome Picnic, September 5; the 
State Fall Retreat at Ridgecrest, October 23-25; and the upcoming Thanksgiving 
Banquet, November 21, 6:30 p.m. at Lawndale Baptist Church. 

The 1999 Calendar will be just as exciting with the Spring Retreat at 
Caswell Beach, April 9- 1 1 ; Farewell Picnic, April 24, 4:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. at the 
PBA Shelter; Mountain trip to Hanging Rock State Park, June 1 9. Fun Fridays 
will meet again this year the second Friday each month, 7:30-10:00 p.m., First 
Baptist Church Greensboro Gym. 

We would like to ask you to come to the above events and meet an 
international student. 



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CHAPLAINCY MINISTRY 



Guilford County Sheriffs Department 
Reginald Cook, Chaplain 
"Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All 
the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty Dumpty back 
together again." 

Many times when a person is put in jail they may feel like their life has 
fallen apart never to be put back together again. Being a Christian, what do we 
tell them? The first thing we may say is, "Brother, I will pray for you", or we 
may say, "I will try to get you out". 

Working in the Guilford County Jail we see people every day who feel 
like their lives have fallen apart. To tell them we are going to pray for them is not 
enough. We must in some way restore hope in these people. We must befriend 
them, we must tell them about the love of God and about the love of our Lord and 
Savior Jesus Christ. 

This year many lives have been put back together again through our 
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is still being lifted up with the help of 
our volunteers. Every month at least one hundred Bibles are being given out. 

We thank God for the support from the churches of the Piedmont 
Baptist Association for our jail ministry. We thank Rev. Beauford Smith for his 
faithfulness in helping put the Word of God out. Thanks to the PBA staff for 
their support. 

Remember, Humpty Dumpty could not be put back together, but in the 
real world Jesus Christ can put anyone's life back together if they believe. 



Greensboro Police Department 
Wofford Boyd, Chaplain 
The ministry to the Greensboro Police Department continues to be a 
vibrant ministry. 

In the last year, the Chief of Police retired, creating a change of 
leadership during the interim. Subsequently, a new Chief has been employed and 
has been in office for some four months. It has been quite a shift and Department 
and its members have felt the affects. 

With the retirement of Chief Daughtry, there was the uncertainty of 
where life as the Department has known it, might go. With the coming of the 
new Chief, uncertainties arise out of what's happening now, what might change 
and how will that affect me? Changes have come and, of course, change affects 
people's lives. It is of note that Piedmont Baptist Association furnishes a 
Chaplaincy ministry to help members of the Department and their families deal 
with stress. Thus, we recognize the demanding nature of the law enforcement 
profession and offer to minister the love of God to those who make this 



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contribution to the community. Our contribution is to support and nurture them as 
they go about their tasks. 

Remembering that their normal duty requires them to work among the 
inhumanity that humankind is capable of inflicting upon his fellows, keeps us 
aware of the demanding tasks they face and the toll it takes in their lives and 
families. The extra stress mentioned above is, of course, in addition to the normal, 
everyday rigors of police life. 

The Chaplain is in place, on location to befriend and minister as the 
affects of change touch people's lives. The ministry is well received and members 
of the Department respond well to the presence of the Chaplain. It is an excellent 
ministry. The Piedmont Baptist Association has done exceedingly well to provide 
this ministry. 

Thank you for letting me be your ministry voice to the Greensboro Police 
Department. 

Sandy Ridge Prison Unit 
David Fleming, Chaplain 

This year has been a blessing in the Prison Ministry. Souls have been 
saved, lives have been changed and people have been reunited with God. We 
praise God for all of our volunteers who have been active in this ministry during 
the year. 

In my personal ministry, I have counseled with staff, inmates, volunteers 
and families. I have attended the chaplaincy meetings of the NC Department of 
Correction. I have distributed Bibles, Literature and Cosmetic items. I have 
assisted the inmates, staff and their families with emergency needs in crisis 
situations. I have visited in the hospitals, attended funerals and offered Pastoral 
Care in these situations. 

Our church members have been very active in the ministry this year. We 
provided 52 Worship Services, 52 Bible Studies, and 100 special services (song 
and worship, musicals, cook-outs, drama; Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas 
services, Inmate Sponsorship, Yokefellows). 

The inmates had opportunities to share God's love and give back to the 
community. They helped with the services on the unit, visited churches with me 
to share testimonies. Participated in Crop Walk for World Hunger, provided 
Christmas gifts and a party for the Juvenile Detention Center and food for needy 
families. 

Many people have been blessed by the ministry of the volunteers and the 
inmates of Sandy Ridge. We thank God for those who have served so faithfully in 
the Prison Ministry. May God continue to bless you richly for your willingness to 
serve Him! 

In closing, I share with you a quote from a letter written by Wallace 
Shields, Superintendent of Sandy Ridge Correctional Center: "Mr. Fleming has 
worked diligently over the past eighteen years establishing the Chaplaincy Program 
at Sandy Ridge Correctional Center. He was the first non-state chaplain to receive 
a salary for working at a correctional facility. The work he does cannot 

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be measured. He provides counseling for inmates and their families as well as 
staff. He oversees all our unit church related functions. Making the schedule out 
for local churches to render services to the inmate population. He works as a 
liaison between the community and the family helping them understand one 
another and work with one another for the betterment of the facility. He serves 
as Chairman of the Community Resource Council and does a very good job. 
Chaplain Fleming is always willing to lend a helping hand where and when 
needed to both inmates and staff. He goes all out to make all of our lives better. 
He sponsors a Christmas party for staff and the families every year at the facility. 
He also gives each staff member and inmate Christmas goody boxes. He 
provides food to needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas. He has also 
helped staff who was between a rock and a hard place. Chaplain Fleming also 
serves as a Community Volunteer Sponsor taking inmates out on community 
volunteer leave passes. Mr. Fleming has been an asset to the Sandy Ridge 
Correctional Center over the years. If the North Carolina Department of 
Corrections were to lose the services of Mr. Fleming, it would be a great loss, but 
to anyone who would receive his services it would be a great gain." 

ZL was in prison and ve visited me. " 



MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 
Barry Nealy, Director 

The Missions Development Council coordinates all our joint ministries. 
The council also develops new ministries and encourages churches to work 
together in meeting community needs. The people who serve determine how 
services develop and work together. This approach makes change easy because 
leaders understand the needs by working with them constantly. 



New Churches 

New churches are starting all over our area. DayStar began in May, 
1997 at Northwest High and is now running over 100 in worship under the 
leadership of pastor Phil Whitt. Mark Gray began New Horizon in March, 1998 
at Southeast Middle School with a core group committed to contemporary 
worship. They baptized four in June and continue to reach new people. They 
meet on Saturday evening for worship. Calvary, McLeansville is preparing to 
launch a satellite church at Stoney Creek as soon as leaders can arrange for 
facilities. Now they are hosting outreach activities at homes in the area and 
building friendships on the golf course there. In October Calvary, Winston- 
Salem, partnered with Guilford, Greene Street and the Piedmont Baptist 
Association to plant a new church at Southwest High School. Guilford County 
has many other possibilities for new church starts. This is a key to expanding the 



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Kingdom of God. 



Literacy Ministry 

The first training for the re-organized Piedmont Baptist Association 
Literacy program was held May 15, 16, 22, and 23 at Florida Street Baptist 
Church. Eight new tutors were trained by Mary Powell of Harrellville, N. C. who 
was sent to us by the Baptist State Convention. 

We currently have 3 tutors working with a total of 5 students. Recently 
2 tutors began working with 4 Vietnamese students at the PBA apartments. 
Another tutor began working with 1 student on August 24 at the Southwest 
Library. We have an additional tutor who is going to be working with us who is 
trained, but not in the Laubach method. 

Louise Snyder, Director 



Overnight Hospital Emergency Housing Ministry 

We have had several needs this year for this ministry. Even though 
theministry is not used very often, I think it is a real blessing to those in need of 
the services. The program is an important asset to the community. 

Ernest Jones, Director 



Homeless Housing Ministry 

Our Association has housed homeless families, including refugees from 
Vietnam and Cuba, for several years now. In May, 1997 we voted to buy a four- 
plex on Walker Avenue for this purpose. We placed $10,000 down against 
HUD's purchase price of $81,500. Tax value was $121,000. We borrowed 
$25,000 from our own designated accounts and the remainder from Central 
Carolina Bank on a ten-year note. We have paid these amounts for about 18 
months now. A summer storm dropped a large elm tree on the roof, but damages 
were minimal. We thank the Lord for His protection of those we are sheltering. 

We had all apartments vacant during the year. During vacancies PBA 
volunteers, especially youth teams, have cleaned and painted the interiors of the 
units. The units are now occupied again and serving new families in helping 
them with temporary housing needs. Praise the Lord for granting these resources 
through the churches of our Association. Almost every family receives some 
help with rent in the first month they occupy an apartment. Afterwards, they are 
expected to pay rent as they would do for any place they live. Other needs are 
met for families while they live in these apartments. English as a Second 
Language was taught to two Vietnamese families this summer. One young lady 
was helped in her job search. Pastor Vo helps refugees find jobs, etc. 
Apartments are furnished by PBA families who make donations of used furniture 
and appliances. Thank you for your support of this ministry in Christ's name. 

Clay Cook, Director 



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Crisis Center Ministry 

The Crisis Center Ministry is now in its fifth year of operation. We are 
thankful to Magnolia Street Baptist Church for the use of their facilities for this 
ministry. 

The Center is serving, on the average, 18 to 20 families each month. 
Many of these are people who would not have food or clothing. We get many of 
the refugees who are sponsored by several of the churches of the Association. 
When they arrive in this country they have no food and just the clothing on their 
backs. We are able to help them get a start in a new environment. Also, we have 
the opportunity to witness to many of the people who come into the center. We 
praise the Lord that some of them have accepted the Lord as their Saviour. 

We are thankful for the volunteers who donate their time each month to 
work at the Center. Yet, church leader and pastors, we need your help. The 
Center was started at the request of you to take the load from your church and 
have a central place to send those who come to you needing help. Only a few of 
the churches in the Association are really supporting us. If we are to continue to 
do what God has called us to do, we are going to need the help of all churches. 
Please pray about your church's involvement with the Center. 

Clay Cook, Director 



International Ministry 

A format followed for the last few years was used again for ministry to 
international student studying in Greensboro's six colleges and universities during 
the 1997-98 school year and summer months. 

Eighteen churches in the Association helped to support four major 
special events and the monthly "Fun Fridays" Meetings. Over forty-five families 
were "special friends" to around eighty students. 

A council of twelve from ten churches made plans and coordinated the 
activities. Women on mission of the sponsoring churches contributed food for 
most of the events with hep from the Shubal Stearns offering for large expenses 
and to help in buying gift Bibles or materials to use in English as a second 
language classes. WMU volunteers continue to teach conversational English as 
requested. 

Some churches have helped to support the student attendance for two 
annual state retreats by offering transportation and some scholarship money. 

Contributions of items to be used in student apartments can now be 
stored in a building at Florida Street Baptist Church. The building received a 
new roof by Brotherhood men from Florida Street, Friendly Avenue, Lawndale 
and Southeast Baptist Churches. 

While students have visited frequently in several different churches, 
there are established ethnic congregations meeting in the Piedmont Association. 

This year there are two Spanish speaking groups in addition to the 
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Jmmanuel Baptist Churches. 

After a decision was made by the coordinator of the council to 
resign by the end of the church year, there was consultation with the State 
Convention regarding assistance with new international leadership in the 
Piedmont region. However, it was voted by messengers to the semi-annual 
meeting that the Association would employ Audrey Womack to fill the position. 

The retiring coordinator wishes to thank all the supporting participants 
for many years as this ministry has grown and to give praise to the Lord for the 
delightful experiences with internationals from around the world. 

Psalm 46:10 states, "Be still and know that I am God! I will be honored 
by every nation in the world." May we discover ways to be still enough in our 
busy schedules to help the "Nations" among us to know and honor God! God 
bless and direct the new leadership of the international ministry. 

Mary Odom Burgess, Coordinator 



EVANGELISM 



celebrate Jesus 2000 



The Evangelism Committee has been actively involved this year in 
preparing for "Celebrate Jesus 2000". Celebrate Jesus 2000 is a concentrated 
effort by local churches to pray for and present the gospel to every person in our 
area by the end of the year 2000. The four fold strategy involves: 

Prayer - Barry Darnell and Audrey Womack 

Personal Witness - Michael Barrett 

Proclamation - Philip Whitt and Alex McFarland 

Preservation - Chairperson yet to be named 

Our prayer Committee is encouraging every church to establish a Prayer 
Wall beginning on August 1, 1998 and continuing at least through January 2, 
2000. The prayer wail could consist of one day every week (24 warriors needed) 
or every day every week (168 warriors needed). We are also suggesting every 
church become involved in Prayer Walks in which we walk through our 
communities or targeted areas praying for the people in each home by name. 
(Computer software now makes that information available.) Targeted walk dates 
are October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. A Prayer Conference will be held March 19-20 
at Pleasant Garden with Henry Blackaby. 

Our Personal Witnessing Committee is encouraging every church to 
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Evangelism Training event before the year 2000. Some suggested training events 
are People Sharing Jesus, WIN School, One Day Soul Winning Workshops, 
CWT, Faith, BWR, Total Life, Evangelism Explosion, Praying Your Friends to 
Christ, along with the Jesus film, personal testimonies, website witness, tracts, 
printed literature, videos and cassettes, etc. 

Our Proclamation Committee is in the process of scheduling a city wide 
one day evangelistic event. We are asking every church to strategically plan 
Outreach Events outside the church such as Block Parties and Servant 
Evangelism Ministries along with Evangelistic Revivals. The preservation 
(follow up and discipleship) will be developed as we reach people. 

These are desperate days which call for conviction, compassion and a 
clear presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I agree with L. R. Scarborough 
who said, "The greatest task known to mankind is to lead the lost to Jesus. It cost 
God more and requires more of man than anything else. To make the world He 
had only to speak the word, to save the world He had to crucify His only Son!" 
As we continually draw closer to the 21st. Century and rapidly approach a new 
millennium we must seize 

Jake J. Thornhill, Jr., Director 



BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

The goal of the Brotherhood Council has been to keep the men in the 
churches informed of happenings on the association, region, state and national 
levels in an effort to keep them involved in missions. 

I attended the North Carolina Baptist Men's Board meetings in August 
and again in September. These meetings were dealing with the reorganization 
of Brotherhood into what is now being called Baptist Men's Ministries. The 
Council has been involved in relaying information from these meetings to the 
churches. 

In March a "Men's Mission Mobilizers" meeting was held at Friendly 
Avenue Baptist Church. The purpose of this meeting was to introduce the 
Brotherhood Council members to the contact men and pastors in each church. 
The council presented ways that they are available to help with organizing 
and/or strengthening men's groups in the local church. 

The Disaster Relief Training that was scheduled for March at Mineral 
Springs Baptist Church turned into the real thing when the tornado hit 
Stoneville. The training was moved to Stoneville to help with the feeding and 
clean-up efforts. There were five people from Piedmont Association trained at 
that time. 

At the ACLT held at Lawndale Church in September Mark Abernathy 
led a conference for RA leaders. Richard Brunson worked with Baptist Men's 
leaders. Both of these men are from the State Baptist Men's office in Cary. 

Churches without organized Brotherhood or Men's Ministry groups are 
invited and encouraged to participate in associational and regional 



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Brotherhood/Baptist Men's events. 

Larry Hunter, Director 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

The local Baptist Association is a missions entity for local and global 
missions. WMU in the association is a missions force working together through 
our Piedmont Baptist Association in leading the churches to be on mission. 

We join hands to equip adults, youth, and children to assist in the 
sharing of the Good News of Jesus Christ all around our world. We are here to 
work with you in your church — organizing, training, encouraging, praying, and 
also leading our association to be involved in missions 

Associational WMU work happens when autonomous churches chose 
to cooperate together to accomplish some things that can best be accomplished 
in cooperation with others. The cohesive force for Woman's Missionary Union 
is missions. 

Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was held November 2, 1997 at the 
Vietnamese Baptist Church with the theme "Celebrate the Peace of Christ." On 
this day Baptist Women throughout the world, not just Southern Baptists, meet 
and pray using one theme, prayer requests, and Scriptures. From its beginning, 
WMU has shown concern for overcoming racial and cultural prejudice. 
(Project Help for 1997-98: Cultural Diversity) One event each year brings 
together women of different races and cultures: The Baptist Women's Day of 
Prayer. Our hosts were so loving and open in welcoming us. Special music was 
rendered by some of their ladies; they provided a delicious Vietnamese meal 
following the time of study on "The Peace of Christ" and prayer. We had an 
attendance of 1 10 and an offering for the World Day of Prayer of $402.92. 

It is at this meeting our churches bring their assigned item for Women's 
Prison Ministry Christmas Gifts which are distributed at Central Prison. Our 
assigned gifts for 1997 were 1,400 individually boxed toothbrushes. 

It seems the highlight of each year is our WMU Focus Week Banquet 
held at Florida Street Baptist Church. We always have a packed house of men 
and women. This year was no exception. On February 10th. over three hundred 
were fed and others came just for the program. 

Irma Duke, executive director of North Carolina WMU was our guest 
speaker. Irma is God's very gifted leader/servant for this particular time for 
North Carolina WMU. How very blessed we are to have her and all of our staff 
in Cary to lead us "for such a time as this". 

On March 12 WMU hosted an Appreciation Banquet for pastors and 
wives and ministerial staff and spouse. The banquet was held at Calvary Baptist 
Church. Delicious food and lighthearted entertainment were served. May we 
never quit praying for our churches' staff and their families. 

WMU Annual Meeting, April 27, was hosted by Stevens Memorial 
Baptist Church. We presented our Book of Reports, had a special program, 



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WMU association^ officers for the new church year were presented for election, 
etc. Guilford Baptist Church made missions come alive as three members told 
of "hands on" missions locally and their recent mission trip to Brazil. 

March 27-29 Missions Extravaganza (our North Carolina WMU 
business and inspiration and workshops) was held at Ridgecrest. Many from our 
Association attended. Many comments were made that this was the best 
weekend yet. The joint worship times were exceptional. One could know for 
sure "The presence of the Lord is in this place". The music set the pace for 
worship. Many countries were represented. Their leading in worship and 
workshops brought face to face how God so loves the world and how we are all 
special in His sight and in Christ we are one. We are His instruments joining 
God in His work. 

Our Sunday morning the worship speaker was Donice Harrod, 
president of North Carolina WMU. She kept the audience spellbound with her 
husband's help using an overhead projector and images of an eagle and other 
aids. God's Word literally came alive. 

Forty boxes of food for Famine Relief to North Korea was collected 
and packed according 'to specifications through our Piedmont Baptist 
Association. A total of 2,609 boxes were sent from our North Carolina Baptists. 

July 7 at Lawndale Baptist Church was a great time of 
fellowship/snack supper preceding the Prayer Retreat led by Jeanette Walters, 
Mission Ministries Consultant, WMU, Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina. One hundred fitly ladies participated in "prayer walking". Churches 
were contacted for prayer needs. These were written on sheets of paper and 
posted throughout the church. Ladies were divided into small groups and went 
to the posted requests, prayed for them, then moved on to another place to pray 
for needs. Many comments of appreciation for this retreat were expressed and 
some churches have put it into effect. We will be hearing more about "prayer 
walking" in our churches and through our Association. 

As a conclusion for the evening, Evelyn Hill, retired missionary of 
forty-one years to Thailand, did a presentation and prayer for Cheryl Cobb, 
member of Rankin Baptist Church, who was to be appointed in a 
Commissioning Service July 21, 1998 in Richmond, Virginia, by our 
International Mission Board. She is assigned to Central and Southern Asia. 
Ceryl and Sheri Parris presented special music for our Prayer Retreat; Ceryl had 
written one of the pieces. 

Be sure to remember daily our Home and International Missionaries 
in prayer. Many are no longer listed in prayer calendars by name and field of 
service due to dangers involved. Ceryl will be one of these and also, another 
young women from our Association, Clellie Brank Allen, of Southside Baptist 
Church, and her husband, Todd, who were appointed by the International 
Mission Board in New Orleans November 9, 1997 and are serving in Central 
and Southern Asia. 

We saw that girls were taken to and picked up from Camp Angel Tree 
at Mundo Vista in July. This is a special week of camp for girls in our area who 



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have a parent in prison. Their expenses and transportation are provided. This 
is a statewide WMU project. 

August 3, 1998, closed our special events with our 1997-98 WMU 
Leadership Training at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. This year we had two 
sets of conferences from which to choose ; each person was able to take 
advantage of two courses instead of one. We offered Volunteer Missions, 
Ministering Cross Culturally, Help! 1 Need Some Publicity Ideas, Surfing the 
Web for Missions and WMU, Project Help: Violence and Being a Spiritual 
Leader and Mentor, and conferences for the various officers. A total of 123 
attended. 

We need "Friend Families" for internationals. We want to express 
our deep appreciation to Mary Odom Burgess for the many years she has so 
faithfully promoted and headed up this ministry. Our new director for 1998-99 
is Nancy Jackson. 

The Piedmont Baptist Association Woman's Missionary Union has 
been blessed to have had Vernelle Vaughan Cates as Secretary/Treasurer for 
the past seventeen years. She did an outstanding work with such a sweet spirit. 
She went much beyond her duties and kept our Leadership Team focused on 
missions. On Sunday morning, March 29, 1998, our Lord had Vernelle's home 
prepared and completed for her. He called her "Home"— no more pain, no more 
sorrows- after a two year bout with multiple myeloma cancer. 

Vernelle Cates Scholarship Memorial Fund for Mundo Vista was 
established in her honor for GA's an Acteens. Vernelle knew the good that 
comes from times spent at Mundo Vista. Many missionaries and present leaders 
testify that it was there that they gave their heart to Jesus or felt Him calling 
them into missions. 

How blessed we, Piedmont Baptist Association Woman's Missionary 
Union, have been through many years to have had Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Parker 
living and leading us on in missions. Sara Parker filled many positions in WMU, 
led many training sessions, mentored and encouraged hundreds of people. We 
won't know, this side of heaven, her influence in our work. We wish them well 
as they relocated to Winston Salem in July and are living at the Baptist 
Retirement Village. May God richly bless them. 

As your Director for these two years, I have to say, "Thank you, Lord, 
for being my strength and enabler and guide. Thank you for the wonderful 
Team and for the PBA Staff." Pray that quickly someone will be raised up as 
your director for 1998-99 and also for an Assistant Director. Perhaps you feel 
the call. 

Betty Roberts, Director 



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SEMINARY EXTENSION 

The Piedmont Baptist Association Seminary Extension Center has 
completed one half of the requirements for the certificate in Christian Studies. 
The ninth course ends on November 1 0. 

The enrollment has remained at fifteen or slightly over for the entire 
length of the courses. The flowing areas have been covered: 

One Course - Understanding the Bible 

Three Courses - Old Testament Survey 

One Course - Inter-Biblical History 

Two Courses - New Testament Survey 

One Course - Systematic Theology 

One Course - History of Christianity 

There are seven courses to be taught to complete the certificate. 

The class is open to all who wish to attend. It meets on Tuesday nights 
from 6:30-9:30 for ten weeks out of a quarter. Costs vary according to the price 
of textbooks and registration. The Baptist State Convention provides a 
scholarship of $ 1 8.00 per student for each course., 

Various denominations have made up the number in the class, but most 
are Southern Baptists. We have preachers, staff members and lay persons 
enrolled. 

The courses have been very meaningful to those who have attended. 
Seminary credit can be obtained when on transfer to one of four of our six 
seminaries. Southeastern does not give credit at present but we are going to seek 
this in the future. 

Those interested in the courses are asked to contact: Dr. Wilson L. 
Stewart, Sr., 3513 Brookfield Dr., Greensboro, NC 227410-telephone: 288- 
1125. 

More courses will be started in the future covering different subjects and 
repeating those already covered in the certificates. Once the certificate is 
completed sixteen courses will be offered for the diploma in Ministry Training. 

We thank Dr. A. Leroy Parker, former director, for the leadership and 
encouragement he gave while he was still in Greensboro The new director is 
Rev. Gerald Primm. The Seminary Extension Committee is composed of : Dr. 
A. Leroy Parker, Former Director; Rev. Gerald Primm, Present Director; and Dr. 
Wilson . Stewart, Teacher. 

Wilson Stewart 



CHURCH LIBRARY/MEDIA CENTER 

We are in the process of cataloging the media/library videos. We still 
have quite a lot of work to do to complete this project. After (he videos are 
cataloged, we will send a list to each church media center. 

We are striving to have training videos on missions, doctrine and family 
issues. If you have any suggestions on any type of training videos on these 

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subjects, please let us know. If you have any videos you 
would be willing to lend other churches, please let us know so we can get this 
information to the churches. 

Mrs. Joan Justice will be the media/library director for 1998-99 and I 
will be her assistant. We will strive to get the library in operation as soon as 
possible. 

Shirley Smith, Director 



SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

When I need directions for the Lord's work, I find myself turning to the 
Senior Adults for wisdom, encouragement, and sound advice for most any 
situation that arises. These are the pillars that stand firm when other things 
crumble. 

It has been a real privilege to work with the PBA senior adults for the 
last few years. There have been many mountain top experiences. Memories that 
I will cherish as long as I live. 

Thanks to all who have helped us in this work. 

Herb Meadows, Director 



MUSIC MINISTRY 

I want to give thanks for the privilege of serving as associational music 
director. Church music has been the love of my life. What a joy it was to see 80 
to 100 children each summer in the music camp singing joyously about our Lord. 

I never will forget these experiences. A little girl made my day recently 
at a WalMart parking lot. She saw me and said, look Mommy, there's the 
preacher from "Go Go Jonah", thanks to Melodie Griffin, Billy Summers, 
Melodie Parsons and so many others for their good work. Only eternity will 
measure the results. 

Thanks again. 

Herb Meadows, Director 



YOUTH MINISTRY 

The first meeting of the PBA Youth Committee was held at 1 1 :30 a.m. 
on Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at the Golden Corral Restaurant on Wendover 
Avenue. Those in attendance were: Randall Floyd, Parkway BC; Steve Turner, 
Gate City BC; Wayne Reich, Lawndale BC; and Ed Powers, Reedy Fork BC. 

We have tentatively scheduled "A True Love Waits" Rally for Sunday, 
February 7, 1999. 

We have planned a monthly youth minister's fellowship/network in 



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order to secure support for full-time, part-time, and volunteer youth leaders. 
Training and programming needs will be evaluated at these meetings. 

The Back-to-School "All-Nighter" lock-out is tentatively scheduled for 
August 27, 1999 and will possibly involve a worship service, bowling, skating, 
and celebration station. 

Randall Floyd, Director 



PASTORAL MINISTRY 

As Pastoral Ministries Director, there are many opportunities for pastors 
and staff to increase their ministerial effectiveness.. The following conferences 
have been scheduled: 

First Baptist Church Summerfield-"People Sharing Jesus" led by Barry 
Patchett from the State Convention. This is an evangelistic training opportunity 
and in association with Celebrate Jesus 2000, where every person is to be 
contacted in Guilford County. All churches are invited to participate, Friday, 
January 22, 1999, 6:30-9:30 P.M. and Saturday, January 23, 1999, 9:00 a.m.- 
12:00. 

The January Bible Study, "Joshua", will be taught on Monday, 
November 16, 1998, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at First Baptist Church 
Summerfield. 

Other opportunities are in the planning stage, watch the PBA newsletter 
for dates and times. 

This past September three conferences were held at Lawndale Baptist 
Church. Dr. Harold McDonald led a conference for deacons, Rev. Barry Patchett 
led a seminar on "Making an Evangelistic Visit", and Mrs. Betty Walker led a 
conference for church secretaries, "Secretaries..Check Your Attitude, 
Communication, and Team Playing". 

Deryl Holliday, Director 



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Baptist Children's Homes of NC 1998 Book of Reports 



Sybil Slewarl, Trustee Chair 
Michael C. Blackwell, President 



Her voice steady and quiet, Chrisly delivers her personal 
slory like a leller dropped inlo an anonymous mailbox at a 
shuttered house on a nameless street. 
Her grandparents' murder had unleashed memories 
of her own abuse. Family members encour- 
aged her to leave her home and repeatedly told her she was worthless. 

"I've had a rough life," she says. "I've been through about anything I 
can possibly go through." 

Christy admits carrying a short fuse and outbursts, physical abuse 
and a dangerous living situation brought her to Mills Home in November 
1997. 

She continues her quiet story about coming to Mills Home, about 
doing well in school, and tutoring two residents in Alumni Collage. She's 
glad she can help, because "learning comes easy to me, and I want to help 
someone if I can." 

Julie, her first child care worker at Mills I Iome, became a real friend 
who "helped me Kirn my life around," Christy says, her face at last begin- 
ning to brighten. "She was there for me when I needed somebody. My 
parents weren't there. Nobody wanted me. It was fun being around Julie. She 
showed me she cared about me and that I could be loved." 

She Didn't Plan to Sec 16 

Julie couldn't realize how important her friendship was, or how 
close Christy came to giving up. Christy admits to two suicide attempts, and 
believed she would never see age 16. 

"I used to dread getting up," she said. "I didn't know if I would get 
my mouth busted or my arm broke." 

Uven now, there are days Chrisly doesn't want to get out of bed. But 
she does, and she goes to school and earns mostly "A"s and stars on the 
varsily basketball learn, and tutors other residents in math, and went to New 
York for a summer basketball tournament and is planning lo attend college 
to study a helping profession. 

Now she is planning to live, not planning to die. BCH is giving her 
opportunities to live for. 

Christy's slory is repealed hundreds of limes each year al BCI I. Not 
all are as dramatic but every one tells of a young person and a family al Ihe 
end of an unraveling rope. 

Al four residential campuses, two homes for behaviorally troubled 



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girls, a maternity home, a home for teenage mothers and their babies, 
therapeutic camping and model day care, 1,560 young people found help in 
troubled limes last year. 

During the past year I5CI 1 received $1.6 million through the Coop- 
erative Program, and $752,000 through the Thanksgiving Offering. Total 
church gifts of $3.3 million comprised 18 percent of the nearly $18 million in 
revenue, because of a positive investment environment, MCI t investments of 
endowment funds provided 33 percent of revenue. 

Buildings Dedicated 

Two major priorities of the $10.1 million "Light Their Way" Cam- 
paign were dedicated: The Winifred Lindsay Education/ Administrative 
Center at Odum 1 lome in Pembroke on Jan. 20, and the John D. and Amelia 
W. Johnson Collage at Mills Home on 
May 12. 

U.S. Congressman Mike Mclnlyre, co-chair of the Congressional Task 
Force for Responsible Falherhood, spoke at the dedication of the Lindsay 
Center. He said 13CH has the "purpose, people and passion" lo successfully 
help children and families turn their lives around." 

"When we reach out to our children we're making the best invest- 
ment for tomorrow we could ever make for our country/' he said. 

Winifred Lee I lerbert Lindsay, for whom the Lindsay Center is 
named, died Nov. 21, 1997. 

Primary funds for building Johnson Collage were given by Phil and 
Sharon Drake, of Franklin, in memory of Sharon's father and in honor of her 
mother, a BC1 1 trustee. 

"God has given me more than I deserve," Drake said in a brief, 
emotional address at the dedication. Me said giving money lo build the 
collage was Ihe "easy part" compared lo the collage worker's task of making 
a difference in children's lives. 

Michael C. IJIackwcll celebrated his I5lh anniversary as president of 
BCMonjtily 1, 1998. 

The video, "A Long Walk Home" is available to promote the 1998 
Thanksgiving Offering, which has a statewide goal of $800,000, the largest 
ever. 

Wherever children are hurting and families are strained, BCM strives 
lo heal. To secure a video, or a speaker for your church or civic group, or lo 
access services, call (800) 476-3669. 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
1997 ANNUAL REPORT 





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The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its Inception In 
1920 has been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in 
generating endowment to enhance their permanent financial support. The 
uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the Institutions and General 
Board staff merits increased individual collective financial support. The Baptist 
Foundation is committed to assisting individual church members through creative 
stewardship methods to provide permanent financial undergirding of these 
ministries. 

As of December 31, 1997, the Foundation held $72,432,412 under 
management. In 1997, $3,473,850 was distributed to Baptist work and $1,542,473 
was distributed to Individuals for a total distribution of $5,016,323. 

The income distributions for the entire 78-year history of the N. C. Baptist 
Foundation totals: $12,475,237 income paid to individuals and $19,533,109 to 
Baptist churches, institutions, and mission causes for a grand historical total of 
$32,008,346. 

C. Addison Trice, Jr., Chairman of the Board 
Dr. M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 



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Making Life for Older Adults. . . 

The Best of Times 



Ir&uiu:es.QlfLaiLd New 

In concluding a series of parables related to the 
wise use of God's gifts, Jesus ended with these 
words, "Every scribe which is instructed unto the 
Kingdom of heaven, is like unto a man that is a 
householder, which bringeth forth out of his 
treasure things new and old, " Matthew 13:52. 

During this past year God has enriched Baptist 
Retirement Homes with special treasures. 

Treasures Old 

THE TREASURE OF OUR NORTH 
CAROLINA BAPTIST FAMILY - Our 
500 residents plus all the staff who make 
up the Baptist Retirement Homes part of the 
family, say, 'Thank You", to the 
rest of our North Carolina Baptist family. 

Thank you for giving so generously 
through the Cooperative Program and through 
the North Carolina Offering for Older Adults 
enabling Baptist Retirement Homes to 
lead the way for the state of North Carolina 
in providing benevolent care for Older 
Adults. Every dollar that comes through 
these channels is designated to provide care for 
the "poor elderly." 

THE TREASURE OF OUR BAPTIST 
VOLUNTEERS -These volunteers range from 
a W.M.U. group that provides regular monthly 
programs plus special activities such as ice-cream 
socials at The Taylor House in Albemarle, to a 
friend who spends hours each week giving 
manicures at The Hamilton Baptist Home in 
Hamilton, to a B.S.U. group that provides a 
weekly program at the Prince Nursing Care Center 
at the Brookridge Retirement Community in Winston 
Salem, to a preschool day care class that comes twice 
a month to visit their "grand friends" at the Western 
North Carolina Baptist Home in Asheville. 



Treasures New 

TAYLOR GLEN RETIREMENT COMMUNITY IN 
CONCORD - For more than a decade Baptist 
Retirement Homes has been dreaming with North 
Carolina Baptists of the Cabarrus / Mecklenburg / 
Rowan / Stanly area about providing quality 
residential and health care living opportunities 
and services to Older Adults. Because of the 
encouragement given by Baptists of the area, 
and as a result of the philanthropy of Cabarrus 
County natives, Carrol and Geneva Taylor, 
this dream will soon be a reality. 

FIVE NEW TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS 
AT BROOKRIDGE - These apartments are nearing 
completion as an addition to the Main Building 
at the Brookridge Retirement Community in 
Winston Salem. Bringing the total number of 
independent living apartments to 146. 

RESIDENTIAL UNITS FOR MEMORY 
IMPAIRED - Special units for those Older Adults 
dealing with dementia related conditions such as 
Alzheimer's Disease, will be developed at the 
Western North Carolina Baptist Home in 
Asheville and the Brookridge Retirement 
Community in Winston Salem. In Asheville 
the unit will be created via a significant 
renovation within the current home. In Winston 
Salem new construction will be required. 



This report is sent with heartfelt gratitude for your 
prayers, your deeds of kindness and your gifts 
enabling us to make life for North Carolina 
Baptist Older Adults... The Best of Times! 

William B. Stillerman 
Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 



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BWlSTRETIREMEKr HOMES 



OF NORTH CAROLINA. INC. 

For Your Information... 

Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 
Fact Sheet 

What Is Baptist Retirement Homes? 

Founded in 1951, Bapcist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc. (BRH) is one of North Carolina's 
most respected providers of long-term care. With four retirement communities throughout the state, 
BRH provides all levels of care for Older Adults, including special programs for conditions such as 
Alzheimer's Disease. BRH also owns and operates a home health program that provides certified 
nursing and therapy services to homebound individuals. Baptist Retirement Homes is a not-for-profit 
organization affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

Are Residents Of Baptist Retirement Homes Primarily Baptists? 

At the Brookridge Community, 70% of the resident population is Baptist. About 90% of the resident 
population of the Western North Carolina Baptist Home is Baptist. The Taylor House and the Hamilton 
Baptist Home are primarily composed of Baptist residential populations. 

What Is The Cost Of Services? Are Financial Resources Available 
For Those Who Cannot Pay? 

Fees vary according to facilities and the level of care chosen or required by residents. A full schedule 
of fees for each facility is available upon request. There are no entrance fees associated with any of the 
health-related facilities owned and operated by Baptist Retirement Homes. The Hamilton Baptist Home 
and the Taylor House are among the few not-for-profit, church-related, long-term care facilities in North 
Carolina with no financial requirements for admission. Contributions received from the Baptist State 
Convention Cooperative Program, the North Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and from local Baptist 
churches across the state are used exclusively to help BRH provide care for those Older Adults in either 
assisted living or nursing care who are unable to pay the full cost of their care. 

Does The Baptist State Convention Of North Carolina 
Support Baptist Retirement Homes? 

Baptist Retirement Homes is affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, but is 
a separate and distinct corporate entity. Messengers of the churches that compose the Baptist State 
Convention elect BRH Board members. In 1996, funds received from the Convention Cooperative 
Program, the North Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and local Baptist churches totaled approximately 
$1.2 million. All of those monies are being used to support Older Adults living in assisted living or nursing 
care who lack sufficient financial resources to pay for the care they receive. 



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Where Are BRH Facilities Located And What Services Do They Offer? 

The Brookridge Retirement Community is a 44-acre continuing care retirement community in Winston- m 
Salem, established in 1989. Brookridge offers its 300 residents independent and assisted independent living I 
opportunities, as well as assisted living and nursing services. Accommodations range from garden homes to I 
apartments to assisted living and nursing care at the Prince Nursing Center. The Brookridge Transitional Care 
Unit opened in 1995, offering post-acute medical care on site. Home health care is also available on site 
through In Home Care, Inc., a Baptist Retirement Homes affiliate. Brookridge is a full-service retirement 
community, offering meal service, nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, religious activities 
and more. For more information, contact: 

Brookridge Retirement Community 
I 199 Hayes Forest Drive • Winston-Salem, NC 27106 • 336-759-1044 
Website: www.brh.org 

The Western North Carolina Baptist Home (WNCBH) is located on a 22-acre tract atop Richmond 
Hill in northwest Asheville. The Home offers residents assisted living and nursing care, as well as assisted 
independent living. Established in 1979, the Home was recently renovated and expanded to accommodate 
150 residents. WNCBH is a full-service retirement facility, offering meal service, nursing services, recreational 
activities, housekeeping, laundry, religious activities, and more. For more information, contact: 

Western North Carolina Baptist Home 
213 Richmond Hill Drive • AsheviUe, NC 28806 • 828-254-9675 
Website: www.brh.org 

The Hamilton Baptist Home is a 30-bed assisted living facility located on 18 acres in Hamilton, in easterHj 
North Carolina. Recently renovated to enhance the comfort of the residents, the Home has been in operatinnBp 
since 1963. Services include all daily meals, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry services, medication 
assistance, religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

Hamilton Baptist Home 

301 North Railroad Street • Hamilton, NC 27840 • 919-798-590/ ■1 
Website: www.brh.org 01 

The Taylor House is home to 30 residents in Albemarle, in North Carolina's Piedmont region. Situated in 
a residential neighborhood. The Taylor House opened in 1954 and was renovated in 1997. It offers a full rangj^ 
of assisted living services, including three meals daily, housekeeping, private rooms, laundry service, medicatic 
monitoring, recreational and religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

The Taylor House 
319 Palmer Street • Albemarle, NC 28001 • 704-982-4217 
Website: www.brh.org 

In-Home Care is a Medicare/Medkaid certified home health care program designed to provide 
nursing and therapy services to North Carolina Older Adults. For more information, contact: 

In-Home Care 

22 Miller Street • Winston-Salem, NC 27104 • 336-722-1470 



How Can I Make A Referral Or Receive Additional Information? 

You may make a referral or request information about a particular home by calling the telephone 
number listed in the BRH facilities section (above), or by calling Emily Reaves at Baptist Retirement 
Homes (336-725-0202). 




OF NORTH CAROLINA. INC 

P.O. Box 1 1024 • Winston-Salem, NC 27116-1024 • 336-725-0202 • Websiterwww.brh.org 



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Christian Action League of North Carolina 
63339 Glenwood Avenue, Ste. 442 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 787-0606 

Annual Report to the Associations - 1998 

It is a joy for the Christian Action League of North Carolina to serve the 
churches of this great state. We continue to work to inform the Christian 
community abut the mora issues that face our state and nation. Our goal is to 
address these issues with the principles of God's Word, the cornerstone of all 
truth. 

A. Christian Values 

* It was the pleasure of the Christian Action League to be one of the 
sponsors of the Third Annual Christian Heritage Week of North Carolina held 
March 15-22. The League encouraged schools, churches and communities to 
recognize, commemorate and learn about the Christian heritage and history of our 
nation. CAL sponsored a state-wide essay contest for high school students 
(public, private and home schools) and presented state winners with awards for 
excellence. 

♦Continued to promote Christian citizenship throughout the churches 
an communities of our state. CAL has distributed over 12,000 copies of the Ten 
Commandments to churches, businesses, schools and homes across North 
Carolina. Promoted Sanctity of Human Life Sunday and the National Day of 
Prayer statewide. 

*Held a Church Leadership Legislative Day on June 23. The purpose 
of this day was to have pastors and church leaders to come together and enjoy 
fellowship, meet and hear some of our legislators and become more aware of how 
state government and the legislative process works. 

B. Gambling 

Lottery proponents continue in their efforts to bring a state-sponsored 
lottery to North Carolina. CAL monitors these efforts and updates the Christian 
community on lottery information through letters, calls and our fax and electronic 
mail networks. Lawmakers have continued to receive a barrage of 
communications from across the state saying that the lottery is a bad bet for North 
Carolina. 

CAL also monitored the work of the Legislative study Committee on 
Bingo Regulations. 

C. Sex Education 

Work with other Christian and pro-family groups to see that the state 
mandate for Abstinence Until Marriage education is implemented state-wide. 
Also, supported efforts to insure that federal grant money designated to promote 
abstinence education was used properly. Informed citizens and legislators 
concerning attempts to fund school-based clinics in North Carolina schools. 



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Abortion 



CAL promoted HB 303 (Ban Partial Birth Abortion), HB 536 
(Woman's Right to Know before Abortion) and HB 594 (Fetus Death from 
Criminal Act). We also encouraged lawmakers to maintain funding reductions 
and restrictions on the state abortion fund. These actions have resulted in only 
two qualifying abortions being paid with taxpayer funds in the last two years. 

E. Alcohol 

CAL monitored all legislation concerning alcohol and other drugs. 
Successfully supported efforts to strengthen DW1 laws. Assisted communities 
in organizing committees to fight alcohol and drug use. Worked to defeat 
legislation that would have approved alcohol sales without the vote of the people. 
Provided awareness, education and resource materials related to substance abuse 
problems to churches, communities, etc. 

CAL will host a national conference in September of the American 
Council on Alcohol Problems. 

F. Pornography 

Promoted and saw ratified SB 452-Local Regulation of Adult 
Establishments. This legislation gives more authority to local communities to 
regulate and control adult entertainment establishments. 

G. Homosexuality 

CAL supports efforts to strengthen the traditional family and continues 
to monitor and inform the public about the activities of those who promote the 
radical homosexual agenda. Successfully lobbied against legislation that would 
have made homosexuality legal in North Carolina Offered the video "On Wings 
Like Eagles", the testimony of deliverance from homosexuality by Michael 
Johnston of Kerruso Ministries. 



For A Better North Carolina, 




Reverend Johnny R. Henderson 
Executive Director 



President 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS 

Camp Herman 

Began a NC School for Deaf Ministry; called an Associate Pastor; 
installed outside sign. Began a Deacon Family Ministry, Childrens' Ministry, 
Junior Church-Grades 1-6, Senior Adult Ministry and Baptist Men. 
Central 

Dedication of new building, February 22 (Sanctuary and Education 
Building). 
Clifton Road 

Remodeled Educational Building and Fellowship Hall. 
College Park 

Dedication of Resettlement Ministry house, Spring 1998; Bosnian 
refugee family moved into house in May 1998; Ordination of Paula Ray Burch 
Friendly Avenue 

Complete renovation of sanctuary and existing buildings with 2.5 
million dollar budget. Commissioning Service for Tim Norman to serve in 
Mongolia with 1MB for two years. Commissioning Service for three members 
to go on a Cuban Mission project with 1MB. 
Hunter Hills 

Family Fest '98, Reaching out to 10,000 homes and families 
Magnolia Street 

Voted 12-14-97 to call Rev. James W. Jordan as pastor to begin his 
ministry on 1-1-98. 
New Bessemer 

Had the first service and first Homecoming and 75th. Homecoming , 
since the organization of the church (Bessemer) in 1922, in the new facility on 
July 26, 1998. June 14, 1998 the church voted to include all present 
membership and those uniting by July 26, 1998 to be considered charter 
members of New Bessemer Baptist Church. Dedication service for new facility 
was held September 26, 1998. 
New Horizon 

First service was held April 11, 1998. 
Pleasant Garden 

Continuously reading the Bible through in new sanctuary the week of 
March 29, 1998 before we had our dedication. Celebration and dedication of 
new sanctuary on April 5, 1998. Charles Phelps, member of Pleasant Garden 
Baptist Church was called as pastor of Groometown Baptist Church. 
Rankin 

James Rhoton ordained 1 1-30-97. Cheryl Cobb appointed by 1MB as 
SB missionary, July 21, 1998 in Richmond, Virginia. 
Sharpe Road 

Called new pastor, Dr. Alton Cook, April 1998. 
Sixteenth Street 

Paid off mortgage. 



57 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Buchanan 

Kathleen Nickles 

Calvary 

Rachel McDonald, Marjorie Roof, Melvin Hester, Rollie Roof, Artie 
Cahill, Sharon Solomon, C. B. Dalrymple 
Camp Merman 

Rev. R. Cole Lee (Ordained Minister), Mr. Kenneth Lynch 

Central 

Mrs. Louise Harrelson, Mr. Kenny Swicegood 
Clifton Road 

Mr. Lowell Bostick (Deacon), Mr. Larry Spainhour, Mr. Coy Thompson, 
Mr. Clatc Sparks 
College Park 

Bob O'Neal, Thomas Read Touchston (Deacon), Sally Munford, Ruth 
Jones, Herman Stanly, Dorothy Martin, Harold Middlebook, Hilda Weaden 
Eller Memorial 

Mrs. Margaret Frazier, Mr. Wyley Patterson 
Florida Street 

Mr. Bill Parish, Miss Virgina Dixon, Mr. Robert Johnson, Mr. Joe Love, 
Mr. Avis Loflin, Mrs. Beulah Setzer, Mrs. Winnifred Alexander, Mr. D. A. 
Hollifield, Mrs. Vera Carr, Mrs. Clarice May, Mr. Jerry Kelly 
Friendly Avenue 

Mr. Harrison Coble, Mr. Earl Johnson, Mr. Wade Moore, Mr. Rodga 
Bennett, Mrs. Carrie (Lois) West, Miss Mary Ellen Gibbs, Mrs. Margaret B. Wells, 
Mrs. Vernele V. Gates, Mrs. Sopha McBrayer, Mrs. Julia Brown Woolard 
Gate City 

Johnnie Idol, Roy Baker, Armand Dalche 
Greensboro First 

Mr. Howard B. Adair, Mr. Bain Alexander, Mrs. Louise Bowen, Mr. 
Harry B. Caldwell, Jr., Mrs. Bea Chandler, Mr. J. C. Cordle, Mr. Ben W. Covert, 
Mr. Dan Dionis, Sr., Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon, Mr. Charles G. Fortune, Mrs. Sally 
Golding, Mr. Wylie C. Graves, Sr., Mrs. Essie Hammond, Mrs. Pauline 
Henderson, Mrs. Mary Howerton, Mrs. Marsha Hurt, Mr. R. D. Hurt, Mrs. 
Beulah Kelley, Mrs. Irene H. Lanier, Mr. Edwin R. Lashley, Mr. James H. Lee, 
Mrs. Lynne Lee, Mrs. Mary Liles, Mrs. Eleanor Martin, Mrs. Madina Niang-Sow, 
Mrs. Pauline Nunn, Mrs. Cebelle Pipes, Mrs. Agnes Price, Mrs. Helen Strader, 
Mr. John Thompson, Mr. Douglas O. Tice, Mr. Pete Welch, Mr. Larry B. Welch, 
Jr., Mr. William H. Westphal, Sr., Mrs. Rossie Willard, Mrs. Sari Winfree 
Guilford 

Ms. Faye Campbell, Mr. Orville Duncan, Mr. Mays Smith, Rev, Carroll 
Spivey, Mr. Larry Travis, Mrs. Mary Webster, Mrs. Sudie Williams 
Hillcrest 

Mrs. Geneva Douglas, Mrs. Willie Milliard, Mr. Harvey McGehee, Mr. 
Evan Vaden 



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Hunter Hills 

Mr. Mack Allred, Mr. Howard Whitfield, Mrs. Sarah Compton, Mrs. 
Hattie Lucas, Mrs. Evan Moricle, Mrs. Mildred West 
Immanuel 

Ms. Jewell Hobson, Ms. Pauline Jones, Ms. Anne Thacker, Mr. J. D. 
Payne, Mr. Thomas Lunsford, Mrs. Nannie Case 
Jessup Grove 

Mrs. Mandy Jessup, Mr. James Lecky 
Lankford Memorial 

Wayne Gaulden (Deacon), Mr. Kendy Ellis 
Lawndale 

Mr. Frank Clark, Mr. William Drennon, M. Ed Ennis, Mr. William 
Mark ham 
LindleyPark 

Mr. Jack D. Vanstory 
Magnolia Street 

Mrs. Rache H. Craven, Mr. Paul D. Mills, Jr. 
New Bessemer 

Mr. Clyde Jones, Mr. George Apple (Deacon), Mrs. Minnie Eller, Mrs. 
Myrtle Cheek 
New Hope 

Mrs. Butie Braswell 
Northslde 

Mr. Glenn Carter, Mr. Edgar Hudgins, Mrs. Dorothy Petty, Ms. Mildred 

Sams 
Parkway 

Mr. Everett Butler, Mrs. Mamie P. Everhart, Mrs. Carol A. McCracken, 
Mr. Harold "Red" R. Phillips, Mr. R. Earl Rice 
Pinecroft 

Mr. Cecil L. Kellam, Mrs. Jessie Belle Still, Mr. Jack Thacker 
Pleasant Garden 

Mrs. Thelma Anderson, Mr. William Cheek, Mr. William T. Edwards, 
Mr. Charles Gribble, Mr. Wade Harris, Mrs. Margaret Kirkman, Mr. Milton H. 
McLaurin, Mrs. Robener Walker 
Pleasant Grove 

Mr. Phillip Leon Bell, Mrs. Vernie Ann Squires 
Reedy Fork 

Mrs. Falbia Peele, Mr. Lonnie Darnell, Mrs. Helen Dills 
Rocky Knoll 

Mrs. Sallie Causey, Mr. Gerald Huie, Mrs. Virginia Faucette, Mrs. Willie 
Mae Chandler, Mr. Willie Ray Chandler, Mr. Harry P. Joyce, Mr. Tony H. 
Chandler, Mr. Harry Knight, Mrs. Grace Knight, Mr. Eugene Chandler, Mr. Dewey 
Caudle 

Rolling Roads 

Mrs. Hilda Hicks 



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Sedgefleld 

Mrs. Madaleine Miller 
Sharpe Road 

Mr. Dan Webster, Mr. Leslie Coble, Mrs. Grace Brothers, Mrs. Maude 
Baldwin, Mrs. Addie Nance 
Sixteenth Street 

Mr. M. "Bill" J. Brewer, Mrs. Maxie B. Gray, Mr. Robert L. Owens, Jr., 
Mrs. Louise Wheeler 
South Elm 

Mrs. Virgil McPherson, Mr. Ed Sawyer, Mrs. Judy Rivenbark, Ms. 
Dorothy Suits, Mrs. Miriam Briggs, Mrs. Jewel Smith 
Southeast 

Mr. Mark E. Lees, Mr. James Bowen Townsend 
Soulhside 

Mrs. Mildred Capps, Mrs. Nora Fields, Mr. Jackie Smith, Sr., Mrs. Sara 

E. Tew 

Stevens Memorial 

Mrs. Gladys Canter, Mr. Herb Sewell, Mr. Jim Morton, Mrs. Alma 
MahafTey 

Summerfield First 

Mr. Marvin Angel, Mrs. Julia Ayers, Mrs. Mattie Harrell, Mr. Russell 
Huffman, Mr. James I. Marshall, Mr. Herbert Parrish, Mr. Henry D. Young 
Sumner 

Frank Howard, Frances Pedigo, Jim Self 
Willomore 

Michael Taylor 
Woodlake 

Mr. Charles Foster, Mrs. Frances Pedigo 



60 



PIEDMONT 

Messengers to Association 

BESSEMER MARGARET HALL ~ ~ (336) 275-9304 1500 ALAMANCE CHURCH ROA 

GREENSBORONC 27406 
CALVARY Edna Carter (336)697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansvilie NC 27301 
CALVARY Jill Foster (336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansvilie NC 27301 
CALVARY Anne Harrelson (336)697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansvilie NC 27301 
CALVARY Rev Terry Larsen (336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansvilie NC 27301 
CALVARY Rev Craig Saunders (336)697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansvilie NC 27301 

CAMP HERMAN Rev Roy Carter (336) 685-0904 6806 Taylor Woods Lane 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
CAMP HERMAN Rev Richard Nunn (336) 674-1025 7064 Kelry Coltrane Drive 

RandlemanNC 27317-8049 
CLIFTON ROAD LIB APPLE (336) 299-2358 2540C MERRITT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
CLIFTON ROAD MRS VELA GODWIN (336) 855-6534 4013 HEWITT STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
CLIFTON ROAD DR ADRIAN HARRIS (336) 294-6528 4 PIPER GLEN COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

CLIFTON ROAD MR HERB MEADOWS (336) 697-9364 6048 MCLEANSVILLE ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

CLIFTON ROAD REV DON RUMPLE (336) 886-7588 918 LAKECREST AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

CLIFTON ROAD MR JOSH WHICKER (336) 869-9350 661 NOVA AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

COLFAX Rev Clay Cook (336) 993-5572 71 1 Lakedale Road 

Colfax NC 27235 

COLFAX Mrs Virginia Cook (336) 993-5572 71 1 Lakedale Road 

CotfaxNC 27235 

COLFAX Mr Boyce Humphrey (336) 993-4733 804 Hastings Hill Road 

Kernersville NC 27284 

COLFAX Mrs Honey Humphrey (336) 993-4733 804 Hastings Hill Road 

Kernersville NC 27284 

COLFAX Rev Beauford Smith (336)274-3155 509 RHlers Lake Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

COLFAX Mrs Shirley Smith (336) 274-3155 509 Rilters Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

1101 King George Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
3405 Oberlin Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
3405 Oberlin Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
425 Hendiix Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
3507 Fox Place 
Greensboro NC 27408 
1307 Summit Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27405 
1.307 Summit Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27405 

61 (Cont.) 



DAYSTAR 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 



Rev Philip K Whitl 
Mr Edwin Chenoweth 
Mrs Ha Chenoweth 
Rev James Fleet 
Rev R Michael Jones 
Mrs Ethel Primm 
Rev Gerald Primm 



(336) 852-7510 
(336) 621-3517 
(336) 621-3517 
(336) 272-3340 
(336) 282-0020 
(336) 273-7417 
(336) 273-7417 



FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDSHIP 
FRIENDSHIP 
GATE CITY 
GATE CITY 
GATE CITY 

GATE CITY 

GATE CITY 

GETHSEMANE 

GETHSEMANE 

GETHSEMANE 

GETHSEMANE 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 



REV PATRICK CRONIN 
MRS EVELYN HILL 
DR RONALD HILL 
REV FRANK JUSTICE 
REV AUSTIN LOVIN 
REV SAMUEL C MORRIS 
DRLEROY PARKER 
SARA PARKER 
Rev William H McNeil 
Mr Jesse T Scott 
MR CHARLES GRAY 
REV JOSEPH HILLIARD 
REV DAVID B HORTON 

MRS RACHEL MCCLOUD 
MR STEVE TURNER 
REV MARK CRANFORD 
MRS BETH DUPREE 
MR WESLEY DUPREE 
MRS MARIA FREEMAN 
REV JAMES SMYRL 
MRS SANDRA SMYRL 
MS BETTY WELCH 
MR. CARL WELCH 
Mrs Joann Dalton 
Mr W A Foust 
Rev Oscar Hartis 
Dr Richard S Hipps 



(336) 643-0773 6006 BECKf- Nl 1AM WAY 

OAK HIUGF NC 27310 
(336) 288-4027 212 COUN1 RY PARK ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 288-4027 212 COUNTRY PARK ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 668-7040 4513 SOU1 HPORT ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 852-0735 4901 PENNOAK ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 299-6889 2802 MANOR HOUSE COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

1199 HAYES FOREST DRIVE 

WINSTON SALEM NC 27106 
(336) 759-0906 1 199 HAYES FOREST DRIVE 

WINSTON SALEM NC 27106 
(336) 852-0375 3202 Delmonte Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336)621-0126 b Jons Court 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336) 292-4037 4310 BRAMLET PLACE 

GRI FNSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 812-2919 2003 I IUNTERWOODS DRIVE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 
(336) 454-8054 1 101 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRIVE 

JAMLSTOWNNC 27282-9044 

(336) 292-1343 2111 HARDIE COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
(336) 812-31 73 2978 BUTTERWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
(336) 272-2469 2106 HIATT STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
(336)643-3136 634 CICERO ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 643-3126 634 CICERO ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 643-4313 7953 VALLEY FALLS ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 449-0217 600 SPRINGWOOD AVENUE 

GIBSOPNVILLE NC 27249 
(336) 449-0217 221 PIEDMONT AVENUE 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
(336) 449-4428 1301 EAST JOYNER STREET 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
(336) 449-4428 «301 EAST JOYNER STREET 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
(336) 643-8743 6105 Trotter Ridge Road 

Summerfietd NC 27358 
(336) 299-3103 40 Forest Lake Circle 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 294-031 1 1300 Granada Lane 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 665-9978 6304 Spyglass Court 

Greensboro NC 27410 



62 (Cont.) 



GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

HILLCREST 

HILLCREST 

HILLCREST 

IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

LANKFORO MEMORIAL 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

LAWNDALE 

LAWNDALE 

LINDLEY PARK 

UNDLEY PARK 

LINDLEY PARK 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 



Mrs Annie Long 
Mr John Mikles 
Rev Ronald D Prevatte 
Mrs Jill Underwood 
Mr Tom Underwood 
Mrs Betty Webb 
Mr Lewis Webb 
Mrs Peggy Bray 
Mrs Edna Grimes 
Mrs Eva Willard 
Mr Curry Murray 
Rev Larry Thompson 
MRS ALMA EPPERSON 
REV EARL EPPERSON 
HAROLD HALL 
REV JACK L MOODY 
Mrs Betty Roberts 
Mr Ed Roberts 
Mrs June L Rash 
Mrs Helen R Rose 
Mr Kenneth Rose Sr 
LANCE COOPER 
JOHN T GARNER 
MR LARRY HUNTER 
MRS MARTHA HUNTER 
Mrs Norma Brown 
Rev Thomas G Brown 
Ms Myrtle Cockman 



(336) 292-9066 
(336) 299-8155 
(336) 665-6105 
(336) 632-1690 
(336) 632-1690 
(336) 294-2649 
(336) 294-2649 
(336) 273-2445 
(336) 288-4434 
(336) 288-6177 
(336) 299-5455 
(336) 644-1830 
(336) 375-5035 
(336) 375-5035 
(336) 621-2044 
(336) 621-8337 
(336) 855-8082 
(336) 855-8082 
(336) 668-0587 
(336) 299-4046 
(336) 299-4046 
(336) 449-1134 
(336) 449-3097 
(33) 669-7941 
(336) 697-9471 
(336) 288-8742 
(336) 288-8742 
(336) 273-0486 



5619 Greenlee Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
5719 Greenview Drive 
Greensboro NC 27409 
6314 Lakebend Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
5824 Stoney Glen Loop 
Greensboro NC 27409 
5824 Stoney Glen Loop 
Greensboro NC 27409 
2510 Woodlyn Way West 
Greensboro NC 27407 

2510 Woodlyn Way West 
Greensboro NC 27407 
2505 Kersey Street 
Greensboro NC 27406 
3809 Sheridan Road 
Greensboro NC 27455 
3705 Pint Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
2210 Esther Road 
Kernersville NC 27406 
102 Claxton Drive 
Kernersville NC 27284 
2713 RICHARD STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
2713 RICHARD STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
1611 TWAIN ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
2814 LEES CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
5612 Greenwich Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
5612 Greenwich Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
4307 Menfro Place 
Greensboro NC 27409-9750 
2121 Sprucewood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
2121 Sprucewood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
203 CIRCLE DRIVE 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
7303 DEW SHARPE ROAD 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
4907 LONGLEAF ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
4907 LONGLEAF ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
2903 Lawndale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
2903 Lawndale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
2109 Maple Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 



63 (Cont.) 



NORTHSIOE Mr Bobby Matthews (336) 852-2351 91 1 Chatfield Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

NORTHSIDE Mrs Nell Matthews (336) 852-2351 91 1 Chatfield Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

NORTHSIDE Ms Irene Melton (336)274-0241 1315 Vine Streef 

Greensboro NC 27405 

PARKWAY Mrs Ruth Cunnup (336) 288-6148 2508 Shady Lawn Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

PARKWAY Mr James E Howell (336) 288-7134 4202 Pheasant Run 

Greensboro NC 27455-2720 

PARKWAY Mr Jack Kanoy (336)292-0022 1021 Browning Road 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PARKWAY Dr James May (336) 288-2710 141 1 Benjamin Parkway 

Greensboro NC 27408 

PARKWAY Mrs Helen Pike (336)852-0248 5405 Guida Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PARKWAY Mr John Pike (336) 852-0248 5405 Guida Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PLEASANT GROVE MRS RALPH METCALF (336) 861-6586 702 BROOKWOOD CIRCLE 

ARCHDALE NC 27263 

PLEASANT GROVE REV RALPH METCALF (336) 861-6586 702 BROOKWOOD CIRCLE 

ARCHDALE NC 27263 

ROCKY KNOLL MR MIKE CHANDLER (336) 294-6437 5 CABOT COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

ROCKY KNOLL MR BUTCH CULBRETH (336) 274-0711 3217 EDENWOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

ROCKY KNOLL MRS VERNELLE HUNT (336) 674-9142 2103 COUNTRY VIEW DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

ROCKY KNOLL JIMMY MCCAKILL (336) 431-1477 4861 LAUREN TAYLOR DRIVE 

TRINITY NC 27370 

ROCKY KNOLL MRS MARGARET T MORGAN 614 CREEK RIDGE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

ROCKY KNOLL STEVE STROUD (336)685-9311 1835 RAYLE FARM ROAD 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
ROCKY KNOLL MR MARK TALBERT (336) 664-0306 4806 MOUNTLINE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 
ROCKY KNOLL MRS LOUISE WAGONER (336) 275-6006 341 WEST VANDALIA ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD DR ALTON COOK (336)273-2154 2002 SHARPE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MRS HILDA COOK (336) 273-2154 2002 SHARPE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MRS DONNA PLANK (336) 697-6437 3826 WILLIAMS DAIRY ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27408 
SHARPE ROAD MR MILTON STRAUGHN (336)697-9279 3610 EAST LEE STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MR DONNIE WYRICK (336) 697-2532 5215 SHOFFNER ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
SHARPE ROAD MRS ELEANOR WYRICK (336) 697-2532 5215 SHOFFNER ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
SHARPE ROAD MR CLETUS YOWJR (336) 697-9505 2822 WRIGHT- YOW LN 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MRS CLETUS YOW JR (336) 697-9505 2822 WRIGHT-YOW LN 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 



64 (Cont.) 



SIXTEENTH STREET 

SOUTH ELM STREET 

SOUTH ELM STREET 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 

SOUTHSIDE 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMNER 



Sheri Paris 

MS BOBBIE McKEITHAN 

MSWILMA MONROE 

Mrs Shirley Barbee 

Mrs Elsie Hampton 

Mrs Betty Martin 

Rev Rodney Mitchell 

Mr June Pardue 

Mrs Virgie Pardue 

Miss Ruby Pickler 

Mrs Betty Walker 
Rev Steven O Walsh 
MR PAUL MASON 
MRS RAY MASON 
REV LARRY PATTERSON 
MRS LARRY PATTERSON 
BEA SUTTON 
THELMA WILSON 
REV ROGER C BARRICKS 
MR CLARENCE BYRD 
MRS JEWEL COLLIS 
MR ROGER COLLIS 
REV RONALD W FREEMAN 
DR DERYL B HOLLIDAY 
MRS MARILYN LANG 
MRS MILDRED PRESSON 
REV MARK E SMITH 
DOT BROOKS 



65 (Cont.) 



(336) 545-7732 5135 Steepleshire Place 
Greensboro NC 27410 
(336) 274-2296 318 E. VANDALIA ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336)674-6489 51 1 MOCKINGBIRD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336)275-6926 1902 Urban Drive 

Greensboro NC 27403 
(336) 299-8473 404 Ravenwood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27409 
(336) 292-1210 2420 W Rorida Street 

Greensboro NC 27403 
(336)685-0843 6174 Sussex Trail 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
(336) 273-1853 3305 Stonehaven Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 273-1853 3305 Stonehaven Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 299-5618 3301 Gar Place 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 299-6643 2208 Maybank Street 
Greensboro NC 27403 
(336) 299-7126 4601 Rehobeth Church Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336)621-6727 2010 TWAIN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 697-8983 2010 TWAIN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 375-4410 PO BOX 13025 

GREENSBORO NC 27415-3025 
(336) 288-7951 2407 RUNNING BROOK DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27408 
(336) 375-4503 302 BOND STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 272-7262 1309 BOG ART STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)643-5934 PO BOX 423 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 643-2997 9049 COOK FARM ROAD 

BELEWS CREEK NC 27009 
(336) 643-2997 9049 COOK FARM ROAD 

BELEWS CREEK NC 27009 
(336)634 6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 643-5180 8102 DALTONSHIRE DRIVE 

OAK RIDGE NC 27310 
(336)643-4965 PO BOX 298 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
PO BOX 78150 
GREENSBORO NC 27427 



SUMNER 
SUMNER 
SUMNER 

SUMNER 

WILLOMORE 

WILLOMORE 

WILLOMORE 

WOODLAKE 

WOODLAKE 



MARGE DULIN 
IDOLENE MARSHAL 
O.L SNYDER 

JANIE WHITAKER 
JOHNNY GREESON 
ERNEST JONES 
REV DONALD SHELTON 
Rev Douglas Thomas 
Rev Thomas L Vogler Sr 



POBOX 78150 
GREENSBORO NC 27427 
PO BOX 78150 
GREENSBRONC 27427 
(336) 454-4373 304 THORNWOOD DRIVE 
JAMESTOWN NC 27283 

(338) 852-6097 2720 DUMONT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 697-0291 2644 M l I IOPE CHURCH ROAD 

WHITSETT NC 27377 
(336)697-9893 5312 MANSON ROAD 

JULIAN NC 27283 
(336) 674-7767 4722 RANDLEMAN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 685-9775 5980 Surtie Trails 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
(336) 674-1865 407 Ta.il Sheraton Park Road 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313-9252 



(Include 
Pastor, B 
Q f F S n a n c 



, if not listed, for each church: 
rotherhood Dir., C h r m . of Deacons, Chrm. 
e Com mi t tee/Treasurer) 



PIEDMONT 

Representatives on Assn Board 



BESSEMER 

BESSEMER 

BESSEMER 

BESSEMER 

BESSEMER 

CALVARY 

CAMP HERMAN 

CAMP HERMAN 

CAMP HERMAN 

CENTRAL 

CENTRAL 

CENTRAL 

CENTRAL 

CENTRAL 

CLIFTON ROAD 



CHRIS COBB 
ETTA COBB 
REV OTIS DAVIS 
LUCY LINEBERRY 
PAUL OWEN 
Rev Terry Larsen 
Mr Harold Brady 
Mr At Hall 
Mr Maynard Nance 
Rev Kenneth D Clark 
Mrs Gayle Gardner 
Mr Roger Howerton 
Mr Frank Yost 
Mr Carl Young 
LIB APPLE 

66 (Cont 



(336)621-9477 6194 FRIEDENSWOOD COURT 

GIBSONVILLE NC 
(336) 621-5520 2512 HUFFINE MILL ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
(336)292-0299 210 AMBERWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
(336)273-8128 3802 CAMERON AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27401 
(336) 697-0323 2046 STEWART HUTCHINS RO 

WHITSETT NC 
(336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 
(336)621-1074 5719 Summit Avenue 

Brown Summit NC 27214 
(336) 375-5 153 39 1 5 Martin Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27405-2856 
(336)621-0836 5733 Summit Avenue 

Brown Summit NC 27214 
(336) 643-1086 8014 Linville Road 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 
(336)643-5648 PO Box 2 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 
(336) 643-4755 2106 Oak Ridge Road Box 462 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 
(336) 643-4583 6301 Lisa Drive 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 
(336)643-4698 3124 Oak Ridge Road 

SummerfieldNC 27358 
(336) 299-2358 2540C MERRITT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

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CLIFTON ROAD 

COLFAX 

COLFAX 

COLFAX 

COLFAX 

COLFAX 
COLFAX 
COLFAX 
COLFAX 
COLFAX 
CORNERSTONE 
OAYSTAR 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDSHIP 
FRIENDSHIP 
GATE CITY 
GATE CITY 
GATE CITY 
GATE CITY 
GATE CITY 
GETHSEMANE 



MRS VELA GODWIN 
Ms Berlene Brandon 
Rev Clay Cook 
Mrs Virginia Cook 
Mr Boyca Humphrey 

Mrs Honey Humphrey 
Mr Reavls Marshall 
Rev Beauford Smith 
Mrs Shirley Smith 
Ms Jean Taylor 
MR BILL PRICE 
Rev Philip K Whitt 
Rev R Michael Jones 
Mr Jim Kincaid 
Mr Brad Newkirk 
Mrs Sandra Phillips 
Mrs Marsha Robbins 
REV AUSTIN LOVIN 
SARA PARKER 
Rev William H McNeil 
Mr Jesse T Scotl 
MR BILL BREEDLOVE 
REV JOSEPH HILLIARD 
REV DAVID B HORTON 
MRS RACHEL MCCLOUD 
MR STEVE TURNER 
REV MARK CRANFORD 



(336)855-6534 4013 HEWITT STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336)996-3410 906 N Main Slreel 

Kernersville NC 27284 
(336) 993-5572 71 1 Lakedale Road 

Colfax NC 27235 
(336) 993-5572 71 1 Lakedale Road 

Colfax NC 27235 
(330) 993-4733 604 Hastings Hill Road 

Kernersville NC 27284 

(336) 993-4733 804 Hastings Hill Road 

Kernersville NC 27284 
(336) 668-2270 1 76 Marshall Smith Road 

Colfax NC 27235 
(336) 274-3155 509 Ritters Lake Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 274-3155 509 Ritters Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 996-3410 906 North Main Street 

Kernersville NC 27284 
(336)643-4106 6109 HARBOR VIEW LANE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 852-7510 1 101 King George Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 
(336) 282-0020 3507 Fox Place 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 621-4933 3520 Cherry Lane 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336) 288-8985 1605 Independence Road 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336)621-2755 1209 Leaf Lane 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336) 856- 1117 55 1 2 Cornerstaff Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336)852-0735 4901 PENNOAK ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 759-0906 1 199 HAYES FOREST DRIVE 

WINSTON SALEM NC 27106 
(336) 852-0375 3202 Delmonte Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 621-0126 5 Jans Court 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336) 454-6376 100 BURROWS ROAD 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
(336) 812-2919 2003 HUNTERWOODS DRIVE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 
(336) 454-8054 1101 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282-9044 
(336) 292-1343 21 1 1 HARDIE COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
(336) 812-3173 2978 BUTTERWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
(336) 272-2469 2106 HIATT STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 



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GETHSEMANE 
GETHSEMANE 
GETHSEMANE 
GETHSEMANE 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 

GUILFORD 



MRS BETH DUPREE 
MR WESLEY DUPREE 
MRS MARIA FREEMAN 
MRS BOBBIE MARSHALL 
MR TOM CARNS 
MR CLAUDE COLE 
MR JASON LITTEN 
MS PEGGY LITTEN 
MR CLARENCE MAY 
MR DAN RICE 
REV JAMES SMYRL 
MS BETTY WELCH 
Mrs Nancy Benlley 
Mr Bill Benlley Jr 
Mr Joe Mullinax 
Rev Charles Phelps 
Mr Irvine Tucker 
Mrs Joann Dalton 
Mr W A Foust 
Mr Frank Harmon 
Rev Oscar Harlis 
Or Richard S Hipps 
Mrs Annie Long 
Mr John Mikles 
Mr John Overmier 
Rev Ronald D Prevatte 
Mrs Jill Underwood 
Mr Torn Underwood 

68 (Cont.) 



(336) 643-3136 
(336) 643-3126 
(336) 643-4313 
(336) 643-3250 
(336) 449-3268 
(336) 449-7433 
(336) 449-5876 
(336) 449-7312 
(336) 449-4910 
(336) 375-5403 
(336) 449-0217 
(336) 449-4428 
(336) 299-7706 
(336) 294-1547 



(336) 294-2385 
(336) 643-8743 
(336) 299-3103 
(336) 854-9851 
(336) 294-0311 
(336) 665-9978 
(336) 292-9066 
(336) 299-8155 
(336) 851-0053 
(336) 665-6105 
(336) 632-1690 
(336) 632-1690 



634 CICERO ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
634 CICERO ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
7953 VALLEY FALLS ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
6009 NORTH CHURCH STRE 
GREENSBORON NC 27455 
108 FRANZ COURT 
ELON COLLEGE NC 27244 
1623 NC61 SOUTH 
WHITSETT NC 27377 
3045 BURKE CLUBHOUSE 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
723 PIEDMONT AVENUE 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
5804 NC 61 SOUTH 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
2966 HUFFINE MILLS ROAD. 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
600 SPRINGWOOO AVENUfi 
GIBSOPNVILLE NC 27249 
1301 EAST JOYNER STREET 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
4311 Halifax Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4335 D Edilh Lane 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4201 Wayward Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
2653 New Salem Road 
Climax NC 27233 
3511 Ivemess Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
6105 Trolter Ridge Road 
Summerfield NC 27358 
40 Forest Lake Circle 
Greensboro NC 27407 
9 Beechcroft Coutl 
Greensboro NC 27407 
1300 Granada Lane 
Greensboro NC 27407 
6304 Spyglass Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
5619 Greenlee Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
5719 Greenview Drive 
Greensboro NC 27409 
5603 Virgilwood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27409 
6314 Lakebend Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
5824 Sloney Glen Loop 
Greensboro NC 27409 
5824 Sloney Glen Loop 
Greensboro NC 27409 



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GUILFORD 

HILLCREST 

HILLCREST 

HILLCREST 

IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 
LANKFORD MEMORIAL 
LANKFORD MEMORIAL 
LANKFORD MEMORIAL 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LINDLEY PARK 
LINDLEY PARK 
LINDLEY PARK 
LINDLEY PARK 
LINDLEY PARK 
LINDLEY PARK 
LINDLEY PARK 
NORTHEAST 



Mrs Betty Webb 
Mr Roy Kasey 
Mr Junior Toler 
Mrs Thelma Toler 
Mr Winfred Gallimore 
Mr Jennings Helms 
Mr David Osborne Sr 
Mr Wayne Ouzts 
Mrs Debbie Reynolds 
Mrs Allie Thompson 

MRS ALMA EPPERSON 
REV EARL EPPERSON 
HAROLD HALL 
REV JACK L MOODY 
Mrs Carolyn Allen 
Mr John Allen 
Mrs Linda Lewis 
Mr Bill Monroe 
Rev Wayne Reich 
Mr Keith Smith 
Mrs Edna K Burns 
Mr William Hendren 
Rev Rickey A Letson 
Mrs June L Rash 
Mrs Helen R Rose 
Mrs Betty Swiggett 
Mr David Whittle 
MR AL AVINGER 

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(336) 294-2649 
(288) 288-2741 
(336) 375-0441 
(336) 375-0441 
(336) 855-7873 
(336) 299-1093 
(336) 299-9476 
(336) 230-1149 
(336) 288-7348 
(336) 644-1830 

(336) 375-5035 
(336) 375-5035 
(336) 621-2044 
(336) 621-8337 
(336) 621-6857 
(336) 282-4034 
(336) 282-2781 
(336) 643-9953 
(336) 288-3824 
(336) 992-1324 
(336) 299-4630 
(336) 299-9444 
(336) 887-3694 
(336) 668-0587 
(336) 299-4046 
(336) 292-5761 
(336) 292-5761 
(336) 621-2246 

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2510 Woodlyn Way West 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4008 Scottsdale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27455 
5929 Bush Road 
Brown Summit NC 27214 
5929 Bush Road 
Brown Summit NC 27214 
4606 Brynhurst Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4312 Halifax Road 
Greensboro NC 27407 

4306 Whippoorwill Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
3704 Wood Burn Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
3402 Charing Cross Road 
Greensboro NC 27455 
102 Claxton Drive 
Kemersville NC 27284 

2713 RICHARD STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
2713 RICHARD STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
1611 TWAIN ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
2814 LEES CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
1508 Guest Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
7 Yardarm Court 
Greensboro NC 27455 

3504 Crosstirnbers Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
2702 Cotton Drive 
Greensboro NC 27310 

3505 Lawndale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
1423 Davenport Court 
Kemersville NC 26284 
607 A Park terrace 
Greensboro NC 27403 
3000 Keeler Street 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4010 Walker Avenue 
GreesnboroNC 27403 

4307 Menfro Place 
Greensboro NC 27409-9750 
2121 Sprucewood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4010 Walker Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27403 
4010 Walker Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27403 

PO BOX 25 

GREENSBORO NC 27402 



NORTHEAST 
NORTHEAST 

NORTHEAST 
NORTHEAST 
NORTHEAST 
NORTHEAST 
NORTHEAST 
NORTHEAST 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
NORTHSIDE 
OUTREACH 
PARKWAY 
PARKWAY 
PARKWAY 
PLEASANT GARDEN 
PLEASANT GARDEN. 
PLEASANT GARDEN 
PLEASANT GARDEN 
PLEASANT GARDEN 
RANKIN 
RANKIN 
RANKIN 



LANCE COOPER 
MR BOB FERGUSON 

JOHN T GARNER 

MRS LAURIE GARNER 

MR LARRY HUNTER 

MR JIMMY RUSSELL 

MR DONNIE SAULS 

MR GENE STEWART 

Rev Thomas G Brown 

Ms Myrtle Cockman 

Mr John Gregory 

Mr Bobby Matthews 

Mr Neal Matthews 

Ms Irene Melton 

Mr Buddy Short 

Ms Brenda Stout 

REV REGINALD COOK 

Mr Tom Andraza 

Rev Randall Floyd 

Dr James May 

REV MICHAEL J BARRETT 

MR EARL BLACKWELL 

MR CHARLES DICK 

REV MARTY TOBIN 

MRS CHRISTIE F WOODARD 

MARGARET BARROW 

RH BROWN 

SUSAN OWEN 



(336) 449-1 134 203 CIRCLE DRIVE 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 

(336) 621-6950 PO BOX 1 18 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 



(336) 449-3097 
(336) 449-3097 
( 33) 669-7941 
(336) 698-0561 
(336) 375-0606 
(336) 375-4850 
(336) 288-8742 
(336) 273-0486 
(336) 288-3642 
(336) 852-2351 
(336) 288-3571 
(336) 274-0241 
(336) 621-6116 
(336) 274-9730 

(336) 664-0098 
(336) 282-3039 
(336) 288-2710 
(336) 674-5390 
(336) 674-6088 

(336) 674-5613 
(336) 676-0278 
(336) 622-7546 
(336) 621-0380 
(336) 282-8286 
(336) 288-8140 



7303 DEW SHARPE ROAD 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
3703 DEW SHARPE ROAD 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
4907 LONGLEAF ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
1601 MOUNT HOPE CHURCH R 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
4302 BUTTERFIELD DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
5007 DEERFIELD ROAD 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
2903 Lawndale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
2109 Maple Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
2307 Fortune Lane 
Greensboro NC 27408 
911 Chatfield Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
1812 Bfookcliff Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
1315 Vine Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
3402 Oberlin Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
21 13 Hubbard Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
1301 SYKES ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27415 
6006 Muirfield Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
3520 Drawbridge Pkwy Apt 1 12P 
Greensboro NC 27410 
1411 Benjamin Parkway 
Greensboro NC 27408 
2203 WILSON MILLS COURT 
PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
4107 SOUTHEAST SCHOOL RO 
GREENSBORO NC 27406-9780 

4019 MELISSA LAINE ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406-9276 
PO BOX 669 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
235 EAST DAMERON AVENUE 
LIBERTY NC 27298 
115 LARKHILL COURT 
BROWN'S SUMMIT NC 
12 BRIGHTON PLACE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
48 MANSFIELD CIRCLE 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 



70 (Cont.) 



RANKIN REV RALPH WEBB (336) 292-2204 3710 LYNHAVEN DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

ROCKY KNOLL MR BUTCH CULBRETH (336) 274-0711 3217 EDENWOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

ROCKY KNOLL MRS FRANKIE CULBRETH (336)274-0711 3217 EDENWOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
ROLLING ROADS REV PAUL CREWS (336) 615-8739 2310 PINECROFT ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
ROLLING ROADS MR BOB ROACH (336) 299-6574 4202 SUMMERGLEN DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27-106 
ROLLING ROADS MRS JEAN ROACH (336) 299-6574 4202 SUMMERGLEN DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
ROLLING ROADS MRS MONICA VAUGHAN (336) 299-7909 2632 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
SEDGEFIELD LEON BYLES (336) 454-2474 4731 HARVEY ROAD 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 

SEDGEFIELD MR JIM MOSELEY (336) 668-7996 6210 BROOK SHADOW LANE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
SEDGEFIELD MR PAUL TUTTLE (336) 855-0418 201 HASSELLWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
SHARPE ROAD DR ALTON COOK (336) 273-2154 2002 SHARPE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MR ALTON HALL (336) 697-1514 2401 SHARPE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MR HERBERT LEMONS (336) 685-4737 5471 DONA ROAD 

JULIAN NC 27283 

SHARPE ROAD MRS MELINDA LEWELLYN ( 33) 644-9545 7225 GREESON ROAD 

WHITSETT NC 27377 

SHARPE ROAD MS SUSAN MORRIS (336)674-6638 4516 SCHOOWAY ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

SHARPE ROAD MRS LOUISE PURGSON (336)697-8577 1500 FRIENDLY CHAPEL ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MR MILTON STRAUGHN (336)697-9279 3610 EAST LEE STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SHARPE ROAD MR DONNIE WYRICK (336) 697-2532 5215 SHOFFNER ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
SHARPE ROAD MR CLETUS YOWJR (336)697-9505 2822 WRIGHT- YOW LN 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SOUTH ELM STREET DR LAWRENCE E CLAPP (336)674-7783 1 194 LEGACY FARE DRIVE 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
SOUTH ELM STREET MS BOBBIE McKEITHAN (336) 274-2296 318 E. VANDALIA ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SOUTH ELM STREET MS WILMA MONROE (336) 674-6489 51 1 MOCKINGBIRD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SOUTHEAST Mr Lonnie Baxley (336) 674-6538 4700 Edinborough Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHEAST Mrs Patricia Bennett (336) 674-31 1 1 4204 Stonehenge Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHEAST Mrs Linda Dufler (336)674-6911 4508 Eldorado Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHEAST Mr Bill Settle (336) 674-7353 5301 Soulhstone Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHEAST Rev Charies J Tomlin (336)674-1399 16 Hastings Circle 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHSIDE Mr Bob Anderson (336) 292-3549 2502 Laramie Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

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SOUTHSIDE Mrs Elsie Hampton 

SOUTHSIDE Mrs Betty Martin 

SOUTHSIDE Rev Rodney Mitchell 

SOUTHSIDE Mr Barry Morgan 

SOUTHSIDE Mr June Pardue 

SOUTHSIDE Mrs Betty Walker 

SOUTHSIDE Rev Steven O Walsh 

SOUTHSIDE Mr Arthur White 

STEVENS MEMORIAL MR PAUL MASON 

STEVENS MEMORIAL MRS RAY MASON 

STEVENS MEMORIAL MRS LARRY PATTERSON 

STEVENS MEMORIAL REV LARRY PATTERSON 

STEVENS MEMORIAL BEA SUTTON 

STEVENS MEMORIAL THELMA WILSON 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST REV RONALD W FREEMAN 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST OR DERYL B HOLLIDAY 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS EARLINE HUFFMAN 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS GLADYS OSBORNE 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS MILDRED PRESSON 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MS FAY PROULX 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MR JACK REID 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MR HOWARD SPOON 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MR 2AC WALKER 

SUMNER OL SNYDER 

WILLOMORE PHIL ARMFIELD 

WILLOMORE JOHNNY GREESON 



(336) 299-8473 404 Ravenwood Drive 

Greensboro NC 27409 
(336) 292-1210 2420 W Florida Street 

Greensboro NC 27403 
(336)685-0843 6174 Sussex Trail 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
(336) 292-3644 5301 Elmcrest Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 273-1853 3305 Stonehaven Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 299-6643 2208 Maybank Street 

Greensboro NC 27403 
(336) 299-7126 4601 Rehobelh Church Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 292-3182 4109 Sumrnerglen Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 621-6727 2010 TWAIN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 697-8983 2010 TWAIN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 288-7951 2407 RUNNING BROOK DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27408 
(336) 375-4410 PO BOX 13025 

GREENSBORO NC 27415-3025 
(336) 375-4503 302 BOND STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 272-7262 1309 BOG ART STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336)634-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 643-4491 4904 RHONDAN ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 643-4452 7752 ROBINSON ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)643-4965 PO BOX 298 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)427-7175 816 STANLEY ROAD 

STOKESDALENC 27357 
(336) 643-0096 7926 HIGHFILL ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)643-4943 PO BOX 286 

OAK RIDGE NC 27310 
(336)643-3513 7103 HAW RIDGE ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 454-4373 304 THORNWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27283 
(336) 685-9788 5755 JOHNSON COURT 

CLIMAX NC 27233 
(336) 697-0291 2644 MT HOPE CHURCH ROAD 

WHITSETT NC 27377 



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WILLOMORE ERNEST JONES (336) 697-9893 5312 MANSON ROAD 

JULIAN NC 27283 

WILLOMORE TIM MUNDY (336) 622-0332 5546 RAMSUER-JULIAN ROAD 

LIBERTY NC 27298 

WOODLAKE Mr Paul Cordero (336) 674-7645 5439 Cascade Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

WOODLAKE Mr Roy Entrekin (336) 854-2258 5306 A Fox Cove Lane 

Greensboro NC 27407 

WOODLAKE Mr Gary Reed (336)676-9042 1481 Burnetts Chapel Road 

Greensboro NC 27407 

WOODLAKE R»v Douglas Thomas (336) 685-9775 5980 Surrie Trails 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 

WOODLAKE Mr Thomas L Vogler Jr (336) 621-7350 551 1 Birch Ridge Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

WOODLAKE Rev Thomas L Vogler Sr (336)674-1865 407 East Sheraton Park Road 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313-9252 



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MINISTERS AVAILABLE FOR SUPPLY 



Dan Alderman 

1509 Rankin Rd., 27405 
Dennis Blackmon 

3708 Hobbs Rd., 27410 
J. Bolejack 

5507 Greenridge Dr., McLeansville, NC 27301 
Wofford Boyd 

5602 Courtfield Dr., 27455 
Ward Burch 

4226 Sullivans Lake Dr., 27410 
William Claffey 

2404 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 
Andy Cline 

1511 Larsen St., 27407 
Reginald Cook 

201 Ray St., 27406 
Manuel Cunnup 

Goldston, NC 
Victor Dowd 

700 S. Holden Rd., 27407 
T. W. Estes 

4827 Tower Rd., 27410 
James Fleet 

425 E. Hendrix St., 27405 
David Fleming 

P.O.Box 16698, 27416 
Bob Glasgow 

4603 Vickery Chapel Rd., 27407 
Ronald Hill 

212 Country Park Rd., 27455 
Harlan Hutson 

4806 Eagle Rock Rd., 27410 
Richard Kidd 

1101 N. Elm St., #504, 27401 
Joseph Lang 

8 102 Daltonshire Dr., Oak Ridge, 273 10 
Jay Love 

708 Montrose Dr., 27410 
Lonnie Marsh 

6605 Poplar Grove Trail, 27410 
Barry Nealy 

5305 Bayberry Ln., 27405 

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621-9659 
288-6268 
697-0104 
373-2234 
297-9678 
855-9045! 
855-3886i 
275-2015 

854-1330 

294-1284| 

272-3340 

294-3605' 

454-39271 

288-4027 

668-36921 

275-6374 

643-5 180| 

299-0258, 
605-0821 
574-8120 Beeper 159 

545-15621 



Dewey Price 




8040 National Service Rd., Colfax, NC 27235 


605-9920 


Gerald Primm 




1307 Summit Ave., 27405 


273-7417 


Jimmy Roberts 




1401 Mizpah Church Rd., Reidsville, NC 27320 


349-3101 


Bob Southern 




1814 Dublin Dr., 27408 


288-4219 


Larry Thompson 




102 Claxton Dr., Kernersville, NC 27284 


644-1830 


Roy Thornberry 




6332 Cape Wedgewood Circle, Browns Summit, 27214 


621-2294 


Ralph Webb 




3710 Lynhaven Dr., 27406 


292-2204 


Vernon Williams 




1701 Sparrow Rd., Pleasant Garden, 27313 


674-5259 


Bennie Wright 




3243 Jidemi Rd., 27406 


674-0978 


Wilson Stewart 




3513 Brookfield Dr., 27410 


288-1125 



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PIEDMONT 

Senior Pastor 



BESSEMER 

BRANDT OAKS 

BUCHANAN 

CALVARY 

CAMP HERMAN 

CENTRAL 

CLIFTON ROAD 

COLFAX 

COLLEGE PARK 

CORNERSTONE 

DAYSTAR 

ELLER MEMORIAL 

FLORIDA STREET 

FRIENDLY AVENUE 

FRIENDSHIP 

GATE CITY 

GETHSEMANE 

GOOD NEWS 

GREENSBORO FIRST 

GROOMETOWN ROAD 

GUILFORD 

HILLCREST 

HUNTER HILLS 

IGLESIA BAUTISTA 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

LINDLEY PARK 

MAGNOLIA STREET 



REV OTIS DAVIS 
DrMark Lile-King 
Alfred E Lawhorne 
Rev Terry Larsen 
Rev Roy Carter 
Rev Kenneth D Clark 
DR ADRIAN HARRIS 
Rev Beauford Smith 
MICHAEL S USEY 
DR RICHARD A BYRD 
Rev Philip K Whitl 
Rev R Michael Jones 
OR ANDREW J ROYALS 
REV PATRICK CRONIN 
Rev William H McNeil 
REV DAVID B HORTON 
REV MARK CRANFORD 
Min Larry P Foust 
Dr Ken Massey 
Rev Charles Phelps 
Dr Richard S Hipps 
Rev Larry Pugh 
JAKE J THORNHILL 
Rev David Duarte 
REV JACK L MOODY 
Rev Rickey A Lelson 
Rev James W Jordan 



(336) 292-0299 
(336) 282-2683 
(336) 375-6865 
(336) 697-9634 
(336) 685-0904 
(336) 643-1086 
(336) 294-6528 
(336) 274-3155 
(336) 294-0231 
(336) 454-1976 
(336) 852-7510 
(336) 282-0020 
(336) 275-9178 
(336) 643-0773 
(336) 852-0375 
(336) 454-8054 
(336) 272-2469 
(336) 292-4848 
(336) 274-3286 



(336) 665-9978 
(336) 954-0632 
(336) 299-1332 
(336) 834-3230 
(336) 621-8337 
(336) 887-3694 
(336) 275-1349 

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210 AMBERWOOD DRIVE 
JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
4600 Lake Brandt Road 
Greensboro NC 27455 
204 Buchanan Church Road 
Greensboro NC 27405 
930 Knox Road 
McLeansville NC 27301 
6806 Taylor Woods Lane 
Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
8014 Linville Road 
Oak Ridge NC 27310 
4 PIPER GLEN COURT 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
509 Ritters Lake Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
1 1 1 W KEELING ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
6 CHESTNUT BLUFFS COURT 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
1 101 King George Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
3507 Fox Place 
Greensboro NC 27408 
1403 W FLORIDA STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 
6006 BECKENHAM WAY 
OAK RIDGE NC 27310 
3202 Delmonte Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
1101 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRIVE 
JAMESTOWN NC 27282-9044 
2106 HIATT STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 
2608 Darden Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
1000 West Friendly Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27401 
2653 New Salem Road 
Climax NC 27233 
6304 Spyglass Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
2415 Rettrop Drive 
McLeansville NC 27301 
1806 MERRITT DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
2819 Dulaire Road 
Greensboro NC 27407 
2814 LEES CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
4010 Walker Avenue 
GreesnboroNC 27403 
1203 Magnolia Street 
Greensboro NC 27402 



NEW HOPE 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

OUTREACH 

PARKWAY 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 

RANKIN 

REEDY FORK 

ROLLING ROADS 

SEDGEFIELD 

SHARPE ROAD 

SOUTH ELM STREET 

SOUTHEAST 

SOUTHSIDE 

STEVENS MEMORIAL 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST 

VIETNAMESE 

WILLOMORE 

WOODLAKE 



REV PHILIP MOSLEY 

JOHN T GARNER 

Rev Thomas G Brown 

REV JOSEPH DUKE 

Dr James May 

REV MICHAEL J BARRETT 

REV RALPH METCALF 

REV RALPH WEBB 

DR STEPHEN D GUNTER 

*EV PAUL CREWS 

RONALD B SMITH JR 

DR ALTON COOK 

DR LAWRENCE E CLAPP 

Rev Charles J Tomlin 

Rev Sleven O Walsh 

REV LARRY PATTERSON 

DR DERYL B HOLLIDAY 

Rev Hoa D Vo 

REV DONALD SHELTON 

Rev Thomas L Vogler Sr 



(336) 375-5282 1377 LEE'S CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 449-3097 7303 DEW SHARPE ROAD 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
(336) 288-8742 2903 Lawndale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
1902 WHITE STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
1411 Benjamin Parkway 
Greensboro NC 27408 
2203 WILSON MILLS COURT 
PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
702 BROOKWOOD CIRCLE 
ARCHDALENC 27203 
3710 LYNHAVEN DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
4710 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 
BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214-9 
2310 PINECROFT ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
PO BOX 7814 

GREENSBORO NC 274 1 7-081 4 
2002 SHARPE ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 674-7783 1 194 LEGACY FARE DRIVE 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 

(336)674-1399 16 Hastings Citclo 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 299-7126 4601 Rehobelh Church Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 375-4410 PO BOX 13025 

GREENSBORO NC 27415-3025 
(336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 272-3144 2007 Sharpe Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 674-7787 4722 RANDLEMAN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 674-1865 407 Easl Sheraton Park Road 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313-9252 



(336) 275-2274 
(336) 288-2710 
(336) 674-5390 
(336) 861-6586 
(336) 292-2204 
(336) 621-9428 
(336) 615-8739 
(336) 852-2855 
(336) 273-2154 



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PIEDMONT 

Missiofi Pastor 

BETHANY" Rev Fred W Hardin "(336)~674-5543 57 H Davis bM Road 

GreenboroNC 27313 

FRIENDLY AVENUE REV MAGED R BASILY (336)668-3241 8012 TAM O SHANTER DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 
GREENSBORO FIRST Rev Mark Lile-King (336) 545-3170 3607 Regents Pork Lane 

Greensboro NC 27455-1931 
PLEASANT GARDEN REV FRED HARDIN (336) 674-5543 571 1 DAVIS MILL ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
SOUTHSIDE RevHflaDVo (336)632-8786 319 N Elam Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27403 



PIEDMONT 

Associate Pastor 

BESSEMER REV DAVID RAY (336)"637-8583 21 16 DANBROOK ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

CALVARY Rev Craig Saunders (336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 

CAMP HERMAN Rev Richard Nunn (336)674-1025 7064 Kelly Collrane Drive 

RandlemanNC 27317 8049 

CLIFTON ROAD REV DON RUMPLE (336)888-7588 918 LAKECREST AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

COLLEGE PARK MS DORISANNE COOPER (336) 273- 1779 1601 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

CORNERSTONE REV CHARLES HAHN (336)834-8074 2505 MIDKIFF CURT 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 

GOOD NEWS MinSfterlock Bynum (336) 272-2683 1412 Cypress Streel 

Gieensboro NC 27405 

GREENSBORO FIRST Dr Sieve Pressley (336) 855-6739 4508 Tower Road 

Greensboro NC 27401-5917 

GUILFORD Rev Ronald D Prevalte (336)665-6105 6314 Lakebend Court 

Greensboro NC 27410 

HUNTER HILLS DR JIM STAGG (336) 299-1332 3809 HALIFAX ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

LAWNDALE Rev Marion Boling (336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndalo Drive 

Gieensboro NC 27408 

LAWNDALE Rev Keilh Feather (336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

LAWNDALE Rev Morris Homer (336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

LAWNDALE Rev Wayne Reich (336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

OUTREACH REV REGINALD COOK 1301 SYKES ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27415 
PLEASANT GARDEN REV MARTY TOBIN (336)676-0278 PO BOX 669 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
REEDY FORK REV EDWARD P POWERS (336)656-3824 5440 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 
ROCKY KNOLL MR MARK TALBERT (336) 664 0306 4806 MOUNTLINE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST REV ROGER C BARRICKS (336)643 6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELO NC 27358 
WOODLAKE Rev Douglas Thomas (336)685-9775 5960 Surrie Trails 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 

Ordained Ministers 



BESSEMER 
CALVARY 
CENTRAL 
COLFAX 
COLLEGE PARK 
COLLEGE PARK 
COLLEGE PARK 
COLLEGE PARK 
COLLEGE PARK 
COLLEGE PARK 
CORNERSTONE 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
ELLER MEMORIAL 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
FRIENDLY AVENUE 
GATE CITY 
GETHSEMANE 
GOOD NEWS 

GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 



REV VICTOR DOWD 
Rev Jay Bolejack 
Rev Howard Kirkman 
Rev Clay Cook 
REV BRAD BURCH 
REV PAULA BURCH 
REV PEGGY HAYMES 
REV JIM LASTER 
REV RALPH STOCKS 
REV TAMMY STOCKS 
REV JAY LOVE 
Rev James Fleel 
Rev Gerald Primm 
OR RONALD HILL 
REV AUSTIN LOVIN 
DRLEROY PARKER 
REV J R WASHINGTON 
REV ROBERT A CLINE 
REV JIM COVINGTON 
Min Donald Trapp 

Rev Marvin Bass 
DrRay Benfield 
Rev Jim Burch 
Rev Ward Burch 
Rev Dwight Fickling 
Rev Kenneth Helms 
Rev Richard C Lewis 



(336) 854-1330 
(336) 697-2774 
(336) 649-4626 
(336) 993-5572 
(336) 852-3309 
(336) 852-3309 
(336) 852-4760 
(336) 288-8234 
(336) 855-9694 
(336) 855-9694 
(336) 299-0258 
(336) 272-3340 
(336) 273-7417 
(336) 288-4027 
(336) 852-0735 

(336) 292-0932 
(336) 855-3886 
(336) 643-3649 
(336) 697-0310 
(336) 274-3288 
(336) 765-5635 
(336) 274-3286 
(336) 274-3286 
(336) 274-3133 
(336) 282-8828 
(336) 674-8312 



700 HOLD EN ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
5507 Greenridge Drive 
McLeansville NC 27301 
8001 Pale Drive 
Oak Ridge NC 27310 
71 1 Lakedale Road 
Colfax NC 27235 
1215 EAGLE ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
1215 EAGLE ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
4805 CHAUCER DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
3807 DERBYSHIRE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
5507 F TOMAHAWK DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
5507F TOMAHAWK DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
708 MONTROSE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
425 Hendrix Slreet 
Greensboro NC 27405 
1307 Summil Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27405 
212 COUNTRY PARK ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
4901 PENNOAK ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
1 199 HAYES FOREST DRIVE 
WINSTON SALEM NC 27108 
2315 WESTHAVEN DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 

1511 LARSON STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
6025 NORTH CHURCH STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 

1404 Kellenberger Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 

4122 Slirrup Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

2716 Cardiff Court 

Winston-Salem NC 27103 

5151 Autumncrest Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

4226 Sullivns Lake Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

405 Westover Terrace 

Greensboro NC 27430 

3205 Collage Place 

Greensboro NC 27455 

4911 Forest Oaks Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 



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GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GUILFORD 
GUILFORD 
GUILFORD 
GUILFORD 
HUNTER HILLS 
IGLESIA BAUTISTA 
IMMANUEL 

IMMANUEL 

JESSUP GROVE 

LANKFORD MEM 

LANKFORD MEM 

LAWNDALE 

LAWNDALE 

LAWNDALE 

LAWNDALE 

NEW HOPE 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHEAST 

OUTREACH 

PARKWAY 

PARKWAY 

PARKWAY 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

RANKIN 



Rev John W Lipscomb 
Rev Geneva Metzger 
Rev Coolidge Porterfield 
Rev Joseph Rallilf 
Rev T W Estes 
Rev Oscar Hartis 
Rev Dewey Price 
Rev Carroll Spivey 
REV DANIEL LOWE 
Or Dennis L Blackrnon 
Rev Troy Robbins 
Rev Larry Thompson 
Rev Butch Hutson 

REV EARL EPPERSON 

REV RALPH WEBB 

Rev Richard Kidd 

Dr Barry Nealy 

Rev James Roberts 

Rev Fred Rogers 

REV LUTHER BRAME 

REV DALE ELWELL 

REV DOUGLASS MANESS 



(336) 852-2484 
(336) 288^773 
(336) 852-0620 
(336) 852-0636 
(336) 294-1284 
(336) 294-0311 
(336) 605-9920 
(336) 856-2961 
(336) 299-1332 
(336) 288-6268 
(336) 299-8315 
(336) 644-1830 
(336) 668-2262 
(336) 375-5035 
(336) 292-2204 
(336) 275-6374 
(336) 545-1562 
(336) 349-3101 
(336) 282-2771 
(336) 274-2352 
(336) 449-5085 
(336) 375-5278 



LINDA GUY 

Rev Manuel E Cunnup (336)288-6148 

Rev Slan Johnson (336) 375-7788 

Rev Ernie Lilly (336)288-8041 

REV RICHARD LEWIS (336)674-8312 

DR VERNON WILLIAMS (336) 674-5259 
REV ROY THORNBERRYJR (336)621-2294 

80 (Cont.) 



700 South Holden Road Rm B1 14 
Greensboro NC 27407 
2604 Overbrook Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
702 Sussex Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
1601 Swannanoa Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
4827C Tower Road 
Greensboro NC 27410 

1300 Granada Lane 
Greensboro NC 27407 
8040 National Service Road 
Colfax NC 27235 

4307 River Rock Point 
Greensboro NC 27409 
113 DOLLY MADISON ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
3708 Hobbs Road 
Greensboro NC 27409 
700 S Holden Rd Linville Blvd 
Greensboro NC 27407 
102 Claxlon Drive 
Kernersville NC 27284 
5111 Mount Ash Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
2713 RICHARD STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
3710 LYNHAVEN DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
1101 North Elm Street 504 
Greensboro NC 27401 
5305 Bayberry Lane 
Greensboro NC 27455 
1401 Mizpah Church Road 
Reidsville NC 27320 
22 Heathrow Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 
915 CHERRY STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27401 
4249 MCINTYRE ROAD 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27301 
4522 BURLINGTON ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27301 

1301 SYKES ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27415 
2508 Shady Lawn Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
5020 Hicone Road 
Greensboro NC 27405 
1803 Downing Street 
Greensboro NC 27410 
4911 FOREST OAKS DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27406-9354 
1701 SPARROW ROAD 
PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
6332 CAPE WEDGEWOOD CIR 
BROWN'S SUMMIT NC 27214 



ROLLING ROADS REV DAVID FLEMING (336) 294-3605 PO BOX 16698 ch/aw 

GREENSBORO NC 27416 

SOUTHSIDE Rev William Clalfey (336) 855-9045 2404 Four Seasons Boulevard 

Greensboro NC 27407 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST REV JOE LANG (336) 643-5180 8102 DALTONSHIRE DRIVE 

OAK RIDGE NC 27310 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST REV O0ELL SCOTT (336) 282-4708 5800 LAKE BRANDT ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 

SUMNER CHARLIE LANDRETH (336) 674-5174 6614 COLTRANE MILL ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27313 

SUMNER VERNON WILLIAMS (336)674-5259 1701 SPARROW ROAD 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 

WILLOMORE CLYDE CHURCH (336)697-7594 5031 MILLPOINT ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

WILLOMORE HARDIN COON (336) 275-5690 801 TERRELL STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

WILLOMORE JOHNNY GREESON (336)697-0291 2644 MT HOPE CHURCH ROAD 

WHITSETTNC 27377 

WILLOMORE EDDIE LEGGETT (330)674-6401 3610 BERNIE ROAD 

CLIMAX NC 27233 

WOODLAKE Rev Douglas Thomas (336)685-9775 5980 Surrie Trails 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 





PIEDMONT 








Ministers Ordained During Year 




CLIFTON ROAD 


REV PAUL ARNOLD 




3815 CLIFTON ROAD 








RALEIGH NC 27403 


CLIFTON ROAD 


REV DON RUMPLE 


(336) 886-7588 


918 LAKECREST AVENUE 








HIGH POINT NC 27265 


COLLEGE PARK 


REV PAULA BURCH 


(336) 852-3309 


1215 EAGLE ROAD 








GREENSBORO NC 27410 


FRIENDLY AVENUE 


MARK STORZ 


(910) 726-2259 


4738 ARENDELL STREET 








MOREHEAD CITY NC 28557 


RANKIN 


REV JAMES RHOTON 




3321 SUMMIT AVENUE 








GREENSBORO NC 27405 




PIEDMONT 








Ministers Licensed During Year 




CAMP HERMAN 


Rev Richard Nunn 


(336) 674-1025 


7064 Kelly Collrane Drive 








RandlemanNC 27317-8049 


DAYSTAR 


Mr Chris Andraza 


(336) 851-1642 


1412 Grantland Place 








Greensboro NC 27410 


REEDY FORK 


FRANKLIN BOWMAN 


(336) 656-7555 


3930 NC 150 EAST 








BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 



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Minister of Education 



CALVARY Rev Craig Saunders (336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 

CLIFTON ROAD REV DON RUMPLE (336)886-7588 918 LAKECREST AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

CORNERSTONE REV CHARLES HAHN (336)834-8074 2505 MIDKIFF CURT 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 

FLORIDA STREET REV STEVE SPARKS (336) 852-4667 3001 MORNSTAR DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
FRIENDLY AVENUE REV SAMUEL C MORRIS (336)299-6889 2802 MANOR HOUSE COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
GATE CITY MR STEVE TURNER (336) 812-3173 2978 BUTTERWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
GOOD NEWS Min Sherlock Bynum (336)272-2683 1412 Cypress Street 

Greensboro NC 27405 

GREENSBORO FIRST Rev Charles Quails (336)297-1813 5404 Emerald Springs Court 

Greensboro NC 27407-6347 

GUILFORD Rev Ronald D Prevatte (336)665-6105 6314 Lakebend Court 

Greensboro NC 27410 

HUNTER HILLS DR JIM STAGG (336) 299-1332 3809 HALIFAX ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

PARKWAY Rev Randall Floyd (336) 282-3039 3520 Drawbridge Pkwy Apt 1 12P 

Greensboro NC 27410 

REEDY FORK REV WILLIAM R YOUNG JR (336) 656-4865 781 1 FRENCH DRIVE 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 

ROCKY KNOLL MR MARK TALBERT (336) 664-0306 4806 MOUNTLINE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 

SOUTH ELM STREET REV DAVID CLEMENS (336) 292-2719 4800 CAROL WOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

SOUTHSIDE Rev Rodney Mitchell (336) 685-0843 6174 Sussex Trail 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST REV RONALD W FREEMAN (336)634-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 

WILLOMORE JOHNNY GREESON (336) 697-0291 2644 MT HOPE CHURCH ROAD 

WHITSETTNC 27377 



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Minister of Youth 



BESSEMER REV DAVID RAY (336) 637-8583 21 16 DANBROOK ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

BUCHANAN Mr Donnie Phillips (336) 621-4485 4616 Burlington Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

CALVARY Rev Brett Crimrnel (336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 

CAMP HERMAN MR Jimmy Stout (336)621-9433 2728 Pindals Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

CENTRAL Mr Scort P Marshall (336) 643-8968 8574 Belews Creek Road 

StokesdaleNC 27357 

CLIFTON ROAD MR JOSH WHICKER (336) 869-9350 661 NOVA AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

CORNERSTONE REV CHRISTOPHER CORNETT (336) 887-2974 2124 B CROSSING WAY 

HIGH POINT NC 27262 

FLORIDA STREET MR WOLFDIETER HANNIG (336)622-1304 5648 RAMSEUR JULIAN ROAD 

LIBERTY NC 27298 

FRIENDLY AVENUE MR STEPHEN STARNES (336) 851-1966 5409 GARDEN LAKE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

GATE CITY MR STEVE TURNER (336) 812-3173 2978 BUTTERWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST MR DAVID KAY (336)538-1753 763 SHALLOWFORD CHURCH 

ELON COLLEGE NC 27244 

GOOD NEWS Mr Harold E Feimster (336) 855-8108 4807 Penn Wynne Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

GREENSBORO FIRST Rev Ben Vogler (336) 852-2362 4897 Chimney Springs Road 

Greensboro, NC 27407-6106 

GUILFORD Mr Tern/ Phillips (336)668-9565 3514 River Springs Court 

Greensboro NC 27410 

HUNTER HILLS REV BARRY DARNELL (336) 299-1332 1815 EMBARK DRIVE 

KERNERSVILLE NC 27284 

IGLESIA BAUTISTA Mr Ruben Perez (336) 854-0471 4 1 1 1 Olympia Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

IMMANUEL Mrs Ann Bauer (336) 674-9538 6107 Davis Mill Road 

RandlemanNC 27317 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL MR ANDY FLYNN (336) 656-3079 8101 IVYWOOD ROAD 

GREENBORO NC 27455 

LAWNOALE Rev Wayne Reich (336) 2B8-3B24 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

LINDLEY PARK Mrs Patty A Forrest (336) 292-5762 4010 Walker Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27409 

NORTHEAST LANCE COOPER (336) 449-1 134 203 CIRCLE DRIVE 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 

NORTHSIDE Mr John Gregory (336) 288-3642 2307 Fortune Lane 

Greensboro NC 27408 

PARKWAY Rev Randall Floyd (336) 282-3039 3520 Drawbridge Pkwy Apt 1 12P 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PINECROFT Julia Paschall (336) 852-1829 3 Pennoak Court 

Greensboro NC 27407 

PLEASANT GARDEN REV DANIEL E BARE (336) 674-5416 5913 CHESHIRE DRIVE 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 

RANKIN JOSEPH C HAMPTON (336)282-8093 6 STREET KATHERINE S CIRCL 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

REEDY FORK REV EDWARD P POWERS (336) 656-3824 5440 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 



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ROCKY KNOLL 
SHARPE ROAD 
SIXTEENTH STREET 
SOUTH ELM STREET 
SOUTHEAST 
SOUTHSIDE 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
WILLOMORE 
WOODLAKE 



MR MARK TALBERT 
MR TODD WYRICK 
Brian K Shearer 
MR MICKEY ATKINSON 
Mrs Gail Ledbetter 
Rev Rodney Mitchell 
MR JEFF HARGETT 
REV MARK E SMITH 
JOHNNY GREESON 
Mr Thomas L Vogler Jr 



(336) 664-0306 
(336) 697-5482 
(336) 851-1473 
(336) 852-5015 
(336) 674-3895 
(336) 685-0843 
(336) 643-6799 
(336) 643-6383 
(336) 697-0291 
(336) 621-7350 



4806 MOUNTLINE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27409 
5215 SHOFFNER ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
814 152 Guilford College Roac 
Greensboro NC 27409 
4028 BLUEBONNET DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
4002 Oakcliffe Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
6174 Sussex Trail 
Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
6845 SPENCER DIXON ROAI 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
2644 MT HOPE CHURCH RO 
WHITSETT NC 27377 
5511 Birch Ridge Road 
Greensboro NC 27405 



PIEDMONT 
Minister of Recreation 



CLIFrON ROAD 


DAVID ODOM 


336-643-8586 


7705 THOMAS RD. 
STOKESDALE NC 27357 


GATE CITY 


JO HOLT 


336-218-8764 


571 1 BRANBLEGATE DR #F 
GREENSBORO NC 27409 


HUNTER HILLS 


BARRY DARNELL 


336-299-1332 


1815 EMBARK DR. 
KERNERSVILLE NC 27284 


LAWNDALE 


KEITH FEATHER 


336-288-3824 


3505 LAWNDALE DR 
GREENSBORO NC 27408 


LINDLEY PARK 


DIANA R BERRY 


336-852-5440 


54 17 TOWER RD 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 


NEW BESSEMER 


MARGARET HALL 


336-275-9304 


1500 ALAMANCE CURD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 


NORTHS IDE 


LISA 1 CLAPP 


336-697-2364 


266 CLAPP FARMS RD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 


PLEASANT GARDEN 


WALTER W YATES 


336-674-9481 


5204 GREYBARK DR 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 


REEDY FORK 


JOEY WILLIAMS 


336-272-2168 


1510 FAIRVIEW ST 
GREENSBORO NC 27404 


SOUTHEAST 


MICHAEL BROWN 


336-992-9538 


549 ARBOR HILL RD APr 69-C 
KERNERSVILLE NC 27284 


WOODLAKE 


GARY REED 


336-676-9042 


1 1481 BURNETTS CHAPEL RD 



GREENSBORO NC 27407 



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PIEDMONT 

Minister of Music 



BESSEMER JUDY MCLAUGHLIN (336) 545-8215 5712 BAYLEAF 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

BRANDT OAKS Mr Greg Apple (336) 288-4538 1939 New Garden Road 

Greensboro NC 27410 

BUCHANAN Mrs Ronda Phillips (336)621-4485 4616 Burlington Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

CALVARY Rev Craig Saunders (336)697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 

CAMP HERMAN Mrs Ruth Frye (336)621-0230 5621 Summit Avenue 

Brown Summit NC 27214-9607 

CENTRAL Mrs Carolyn Williams (336) 643-5937 PO Box 224 

StokesdaleNC 27310 

CLIFTON ROAD MR HERB MEADOWS (336)697-9364 6048 MCLEANSVILLE ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

COLFAX Mr Boyce Humphrey (336) 993-4733 804 Hastings Hill Road 

Kernersville NC 27284 

COLLEGE PARK REV MONICA C HIX (336)273-1779 1601 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

CORNERSTONE MR SUMNER SPRADLING (336)852-8636 1443 GRANTLAND PLACE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

ELLER MEMORIAL Mrs Marsha Robbins (336)856-1117 5512 Cornerslaff Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

FLORIDA STREET MR WILLIAM SLACK (336)288-3533 2507 GRACEWOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27408 

FRIENDLY AVENUE REV FRANK JUSTICE (336) 668-7040 4513 SOUTHPORT ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

FRIENDSHIP Ms Willie M Sharpe (336)275-7804 2414 Kersey Street 

Greensboro NC 27406 

GATE CITY REV JOSEPH HILLIARD (336)812-2919 2003 HUNTERWOODS DRIVE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

GETHSEMANE REV MARK CRANFORD (336)272-2469 2106 HIATT STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST MR HAL BRYANT (336)449-7070 212 COTTON COURT 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 

GOOD NEWS Mrs Robin C Slrayhorn (336)275-4174 1910 Carlton Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27406 

GUILFORD MrsFaye Halvorsen (336)294-2211 6108 Lindley Woods Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

HILLCREST Mrs Bonnie Murphy (336)545-9222 5106 North Church Street 

Greensboro NC 27455 

IGLESIA BAUTISTA Mrs Sandra A Duarte (336) 834-3230 2819 Dulaire Road 

Greensboro NC 27407 

IMMANUEL MrsAllie Thompson (336)644-1830 102 Claxton Drive 

Kernersville NC 27284 

JESSUP GROVE Mr Hap Holt (336) 545-2922 3534 C Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27358 

LANKFORD MEMOR MRS WANDA BULLARD (336)621-1685 5702 SUMMIT AVENUE 

BROWN SUMMIT NC 27214 

LAWNDALE Rev Marion Boling (336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

NEW HOPE MRS PATRICIA SIMS (336) 282-0743 5404 MCNAIRY DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

NORTHEAST MR AL AVINGER (336) 621-2246 PO BOX 25 

GREENSBORO NC 27402 

85 (Cont.) 



NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIOE 

OUTREACH 

PARKWAY 

PINECROFT 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 

RANKIN 

REEDY FORK 

ROCKY KNOLL 

ROLLING ROADS 

SEDGEFIELD 

SHARPE ROAD 
SIXTEENTH STREET 

SOUTH ELM STREET 

SOUTHEAST 

SOUTHSIDE 

STEVENS MEMORIAL 

SUMMERF1ELD FIRST 

VIETNAMESE 

WILLOMORE 

WOODLAKE 



MR CHARLES TOMLINSON 

Mr Greg Pilson 

MARION CATOE 

Mrs Myra Thrasher 

Busier Brythe 

REV PAUL E MARTH 

JOYCE WYRICK 

RYLAND YOUNG 

MRS FAYE MOORE 

MR JIMMY JONES 

MRS MONICA VAUGHAN 

FRAN MOSELEY 

MRS BONNIE REYNOLDS 
Brian K Shearer 
REV DAVID CLEMENS 
Mrs Kalherine G Shepherd 
Mr Von Hohn 
MR BILL HEFNER 
REV RONALD W FREEMAN 
Mrs Thuy X Vo 
RANDY AUSTIN 
Mrs Jo R Vogler 



(336) 621-961 1 5109 CROSSMILL ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
(910) 947-6232 107 Brooklyn Slreet 
Carthage NC 28327 
1301 SYKES ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27415 
(336) 294-1881 2312 Revolan Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 294-3241 4004 Springbrook Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 288-8484 6004 DEER PARK CIRCLE 

GREENSBORO NC 27455-9230 
(336) 622-4776 PO BOX 1365 

LIBERTY NC 27298 
(336) 299-9990 4205 SULLIVAN LAKE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336)821-1087 1 108 LARKHILL COURT 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 
(336) 299-6979 3604 FLETCHER DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 299-7909 2632 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
(336) 668-7996 6210 BROOK SHADOW LANE 

GRENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 697-0068 4901 MILLPOINT ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 851-1473 814 152 Guilford College Road 

Greensboro NC 27409 
(336) 292-2719 4800 CAROL WOOO DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 698-9028 4737 Mervina Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 834-9701 1410Y Adams Farm Pkwy 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336)697-8983 710 KNOX ROAD 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27301 
(336)634-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
2007 Sharpe Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 685-0122 6428 LIBERTY ROAD 

JULIAN NC 27283 
(336) 674-1865 407 East Sheraton Park Road 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313-9252 



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PIEDMONT 

Church Secretary 



BESSEMER 

BRANDT OAKS 

BUCHANAN 

BUCHANAN 

CALVARY 

CENTRAL 

CLIFTON ROAD 

COLFAX 

COLLEGE PARK 

CORNERSTONE 

CORNERSTONE 

OAYSTAR 

ELLER MEMORIAL 

FLORIDA STREET 

FRIENDLY AVENUE 

FRIENDLY AVENUE 

FRIENDSHIP 

GATE CITY 

GATE CITY 

GETHSEMANE 

GiBSONVILLE FIRST 

GUILFORD 

HILLCREST 

HUNTER HILLS 

HUNTER HILLS 

HUNTER HILLS 

IMMANUEL 



TERESA ROBERTS 
Ms Beloa Setzer 
Miss Ann Collins 
Mrs Maris- Morgan 
Mrs Judy Faust 
Mrs Jo Ann E Willfard 
MRS SUE FENTRESS 
Mrs Karen C Quick 
KATHY KIRSTNER 
CYNTHIA D CLARK 
MRS JO ANN HAMPTON 
Mrs Mary Lou Holoman 
Mrs Mary Lou Holoman 
MRSJP LISENBY 
MRS JANE BYRD 
MRS BARBARA MILLIGAN 
Mrs Carolyn R Mark 
MRS MELODIE A PARSONS 
MRS JANET SANDERS 
MRS MARIA FREEMAN 

MS CHERIE TROUP 

Ms LaDelle R Kay 

Mrs Janice M Cole 

MS TRUDY EADS 

MISS APRIL HORN 

GLORIA C RAY 

Ms Sally Myers 



(336) 349-9525 301 OLD FARM LANE 

REIDSVILLE NC 
(336) 282-2863 4600 Lake Brand! Rood 

Greensboro NC 27455 
(336) 282-5908 2331 Fortune Lane 

Greensboro NC 27401 
(336) 674-2402 21 1 Ledford Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 
(336)643-3874 1839 Oak Ridge Road 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 
(336) 643-8727 6003 STARBOARD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 996-7777 1522 Old Greensboro Road 

Kerrtersville NC 27284 
(338) 273-1779 1601 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
(336) 665-1944 5738 INMAN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 282-8093 6 STREET KATHERINES CIRCL 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 454-5204 1113 New Hampshire Drive 

Jamestown NC 27282 
(336) 454-5204 1113 New Hampshire Drive 

Jamestown NC 27282 
(336)643-1190 6100 PORCHERON TRAIL 

SUMMERF1ELD NC 27358 
(336) 294-0036 104 MANOR COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 
(336) 286-0332 122 G BRITISH LAKE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
(336) 274-4732 2401 New Orleans Slreel 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 632-1518 31 18 SOUTHHAMPTON DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
(336) 855-6777 1600 WOODTHORNE PLACE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 643-4313 7953 VALLEY FALLS ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

500 APPLE STREET 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
(336)218-8935 PO Box 19821 

Greensboro NC 27419 
(336) 288-5807 4216 Bell Orchard Road 

Greensboro NC 27455 
(336) 299-1332 4318 HALIFAX ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 887-3796 2514 SUFFORK AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 
(336)299-1332 1806 MERRITT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 379-7176 1800 Villa Drive 

Greensboro NC 



87 (Cont.) 



JESSUP GROVE Mrs Mickey Stephens 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL MS RENEE MCDANIEL 



LAWNDALF 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LAWNDALE 
LINDLEY PARK 



Mrs Sue Farrar 
Mrs Cindy Haake 
Mrs Gloria Walker 
Mrs Teresa M Whitehead 
Mrs Sally L Russoli 



MAGNOLIA STREET Mrs Linda Johnson 



NEW HOPE 
NORTHEAST 
OUTREACH 
PARKWAY 
PARKWAY 
PINECROFT 



MRS PATRICIA SIMS 
LANCE COOPER 
JANET LATTIMORE 
Mrs Ruth Cunnup 
Miss Hazel Martin 
Vicky Duncan 



PLEASANT GARDEN MRS PEGGY A HANKINS 
PLEASANT GARDEN MRS ELSIE A PREVETTE 



PLEASANT GROVE 
RANKIN 
RANKIN 
REEDY FORK 
ROCKY KNOLL 
ROLLING ROADS 
SEDGEFIELD 
SHARPE ROAD 



MILDRED COCKERHAM 
NATALIE M BARBER 
TERRI WALSER 
MRS BARTRA G INGOLD 
MRS MARGARET T MORGAN 
MRS SARAH BOZEMAN 
FRANCES BRYANT 
MRS LISA CAPP 



SIXTEENTH STREET Mary L Thomas 

SOUTH ELM STREET MRS. MARIE BROWN 

SOUTHEAST Mrs Millie C Paschal 

SOUTHSIDE Mrs Glenda B Spivey 

SOUTHSIDE Mrs Betty White 



(336) 643-6647 4724 Crestfield Road 

Surninerfield NC 27358 
(336)621-7349 4214 NORTHSIDE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 664-5907 3225 Cheswick Drive 

Greensboro NC 27409 
(336) 275- 1 349 1 203 Magnolia Street 

Greensboro NC 27401 
(336) 282-0743 5404 MCNAIRY DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336) 449-1 134 203 CIRCLE DRIVE 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 

1301 SYKES ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27415 
(336)288-6148 2508 Shady Lawn Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 275-7845 1300 Fairview Street 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336) 294-6367 2321 Michelle Lane 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 674-6289 2775 TABERNACLE CHURCH R 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
(336)674-6697 6816 CHARNEL LANE 

CLIMAX NC 27233-9159 
(336) 674-5455 6546 COLTRANE MILL ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 621-2622 4100 N O'HENRY BOULEVARD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336)621-4282 3430 D WICHITA PLACE 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336)621-0596 4800 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214-9 

614 CREEK RIDGE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 292-0824 2000 LIONNE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 294-1864 3301 HONEYCUTT COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 674-7267 5104 FIELD-HORNEY ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 621-5541 207 Hampton SI - P O Box 776 

Sloneville NC 27048-0776 
(336) 273-5343 3610 SOUTH ELM-EUGENE ST 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 621-2989 3808 Martin Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336)856-2961 4307 River Rock Point 

Greensboro NC 27409 
(336) 292-3182 4109 Summerglen Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 



88 (Cont.) 



STEVENS MEMORIAL MRS DIANNE GALLIMORE (336) 855-7873 4606 BRYNHURST DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NIC 27407 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS SHARON STUMP (336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 

SUMNER JANIE WHITAKER (336) 852-6097 2720 DUMONT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

WILLOMORE DONNA SHELTON (336) 674-7767 4722 RANDLEMAN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

WOODLAKE Mrs Tammy L Key (336) 656-7888 5839 Chrismon Road 

Brown Summit! NC 27214 



PIEDMONT 

Sunday School Director 

BESSEMER LUCY LINEBERRY (336)273-8128 3802 CAMERON AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27401 

BUCHANAN Mr Donnie Phillips (336)621-4485 4616 Burlington Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

CALVARY MC Warters (336)855-1235 1508 Bridgetown CouM 

Greensboro NC 27407 

CAMP HERMAN Mr Al Hall (336) 375-5153 3915 Martin Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27405-2856 

CENTRAL Mr Frank Yost (336) 643-4583 6301 Lisa Drive 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 

CLIFTON ROAD MR WAYNE BROWN (336) 292-8508 5803 SCOTLAND ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

COLFAX Ms Jean Taylor (336)996-3410 906 North Main Street 

Kernersville NC 27284 

COLLEGE PARK MS CINDY DILLON (336)273-1779 1601 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

CORNERSTONE MR JEFF COLBERT (336) 288-4616 3107 LAWNDALE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27408 

DAYSTAR Mr Raymond C Holoman (336)454-5204 1 113 New Hampshire Drive 

Jamestown NC 27282 

ELLER MEMORIAL MrJimKincakJ (336)621-4933 3520 Cherry Lane 

Greensboro NC 27405 

FRIENDLY AVENUE DR DORIS HENDERSON (336)282-4215 5108 HEDRICK DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

FRIENDSHIP Mrs Carolyn R Mark (336) 274-4732 2401 New Orleans Street 

Greensboro NC 27406 

GATE CITY MR BRUCE HAYMORE (338)812-8732 3775 WINDSTREAM WAY 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 

GETHSEMANE MRS BOBBIE MARSHALL (336) 643-3250 6009 NORTH CHURCH STREET 

GREENSBORON NC 27455 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST MR TOM CARNS (336) 449-3268 108 FRANZ COURT 

ELON COLLEGE NC 27244 

GOOD NEWS Dea Phillip M Cole (336) 275 5052 3201 Winchester Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

GREENSBORO FIRST Rev Scott Culclasure (336) 282-4204 3704 Pinelop Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410-2826 

GROOMETOWN ROAD Mr Bill Bentley Jr (336) 294-1547 4335 D Edith Lane 

Greensboro NC 27407 

GUILFORD Mr Frank Harmon (336)854-9851 9 Beechcroft Court 

Greensboro NC 27407 



89 (Cont.) 



HILLCREST 

HUNTER HILLS 

IGLESIA BAUTISTA 

IMMANUEL 

JESSUP GROVE 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

LAWNDALE 

LAWNDALE 

LINDLEY PARK 

MAGNOLIA STREET 

NEW HOPE 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

NORTHSIDE 

OUTREACH 

PARKWAY 

PINECROFT 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 

RANKIN 
REEDY FORK 

ROCKY KNOLL 

ROLLING ROADS 

SEDGEFIELD 

SHARPE ROAD 

SIXTEENTH STREET 

SOUTH ELM STREET 

SOUTHEAST 

SOUTHSIDE 



Mr Roy Kasey 

MR JIM WATSON 

Mr Jaime Hernandez 

Mr David Osborne Sr 

Mr James Purdy 

MR MIKE CHOWDER 

Mrs Linda Lewis 

Mr Keith Smith 

Mr David Whittle 

Mr Louie Howell 

MRS PRISCILLA MOSLEY 

MR DONNIE SAULS 

Mr Randy Gregory 

Mr Bobby Matthews 

FRANKLIN RICHMOND 

Mr Bobby Doss 

Vicky Duncan 

MR EARL BLACKWELL 

RONALD BROWN 

JOYCE OVERLY 

MRWC ALLEN JR 

MR MIKE CHANDLER 

MRS BARBARA MOFFITT 

MR PAUL TUTTLE 

MR HERBERT LEMONS 

Mike Stas 

MRS THERESA WALL 
Mr Albert "Al" LaMachio 
Mr Sterling Nicholson 



(288) 288-2741 
(339) 299-1332 
(336) 852-3644 
(336) 299-9476 
(336) 288-8515 
(336) 643-5762 
(336) 282-2781 
(336) 992-1324 
(336) 292-5761 
(336) 288-7441 
(336) 375-8292 
(336) 375-0606 
(336) 621-1158 
(336) 852 235 1 
(336) 545-3383 
(336) 288-3677 
(336) 294-6367 
(336) 674-6088 
(336) 273-5343 
(336) 375-3740 
(336) 621-1141 
(336) 294 6437 
(336) 674-9347 
(336) 855-0418 
(336) 685-4737 
(336) 621-5374 
(336) 621-9203 
(336) 674-0615 
(336) 454-3636 



4008 Scottsdale Drive 
Greensboro NC 27455 
2019 SPRUCEWOOD DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
4001 Beckford Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
4306 Whippoorwill Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
2601 Shady Larn Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
801 BLUEFIELD ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
3504 Crosstimbers Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
1423 Davenport Court 
Kernersville NC 26284 
4010 Walker Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27403 
3702 Brandywine Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
1377 LEE'S CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
4302 BUTTERFIELD DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 

4803 Yanceyville Street 
Browns Summit NC 27214 
911 Chatfield Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 

4804 WALDORF DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
1907 Forest Valley Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
2321 Michelle Lane 
Greensboro NC 27407 

4107 SOUTHEAST SCHOOL RO 
GREENSBORO NC 27406-9780 
3610 SOUTH ELM-EUGENE ST 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
21 12 LEE S CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
4610 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 
BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 
5 CABOT COURT 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
1562 WHITT HUNT ROAD LOT 
PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
201 HASSELLWOOD DRIVE 
JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
5471 DONA ROAD 
JULIAN NC 27283 
1404 Woodgreen Drvie 
Greensboro NC 27405-4030 
1213 GUEST STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
4917 Edinborough Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
103 Sagewood Road 
Jameslown NC 27282 



90 (Cont.) 



STEVENS MEMORIAL MR JEFF HARGETT (336) 643-6799 6845 SPENCER DIXON ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS EARUNE HUFFMAN (336)643-4491 4904 RHONDAN ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 2735B 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST REV JOE LANG (336) 643-5180 8102 DALTONSHIRE DRIVE 

OAK RIOGE NC 27310 

SUMNER WALTER SLATE (336)855-1116 4220 SOUTH HOLDEN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

VIETNAMESE Mr Hun 9 H Nguyen 2007 Sharps Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

WILLOMORE D ALE ROBBINS (336)674-8591 758 WILLIAMS COURT v 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 

WOODLAKE Rev Douglas Thomas (336) 685-9775 5980 Surrie Trails 

Plensanl Garden NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 

Minister of Preschool 

CALVARY* Rev Brett Criminal (336) 897-9634 930 Knox RoarT 

McLeansvlllP NC 27301 

GATE CITY MRS BRENDA YOUNGMEYER (336)204-5428 3 ROSECLIFF COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST MS KIM MILLSAP (336) 375-601 1 5108 NORTIIFOREST DRIVE 

MoLEANSVlUE NC 27301 
GREENSBORO FIRST Mrs Sandra Cnnlpe (336) 273 6491 1814 Walker Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27410-1760 
GUILFORD Mrs Jill Caller (336) 887-4859 1 1 13 Maplewood Avenue 

HlghPolnlNC 27265 

HUNTER MILLS REV KENNE1H HIPSLEY (336) 299-2506 5978 HICKORY GROVF ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 

IMMANUEL Mrs Barbara Stevenson (336) 292-1471 1801 Balliss Streel 

Greensboro NC 27403 

LAWNDALE Mrs Lisa Fosler (336) 288-3824 3505 Lawntlale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 

LINDLEY PARK Mrs June L Rash (336) 668 0587 4307 Menfro Place 

Greensboro NC 27400-9750 

ROCKY KNOLL MR MARK TALBERT (330) 664-0306 4806 MOUNTLINE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 

SOUTHEAST Mrs Janice Trlplell (336)674-0797 24 16 Carllord Road 

Greensboro NC 27400 



PIEDMONT 

Minister of Children 

CALVARY RevBrell Crimmel (336) 697-9634 930 Knox Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST MS PATSY BRADSHER (336) 449-7501 1430 SOUTH NC61 HWY 

WHITSETT NC 27377 

GREENSBORO FIRST Mrs Sandra Canipe (336)273-6491 1814 Wnlker Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27410-1760 

GUILFORD Mr Tim Carter (336) 887-4850 1 113 Mnplnwond Avenue 

Hiah Poinl NC 27265 

91 (Cont.) 



HUNTER HILLS 
LAWNDALE 
LINDLEY PARK 
NORTHSIDE 
PARKWAY 
PINECROFT 
PLEASANT GARDEN 
REEDY FORK 
ROCKY KNOLL 
SOUTH ELM STREET 
SOUTHEAST 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
WOODLAKE 



REV KENNETH HIPSLEY 
Mrs Lisa Foster 
Mrs Baibara Vernon-Gray 
Mrs Jiidy Burnslde 
Rov Randall Floyd 
Mefinda Kington 
nEV ROBERT J DOSS 
MRS MARGIE GUNTER 
MR MARK TALBERT 
MRSKRISTEN MUSE 
Mrs Del>ble Brown 
REV LONNIE W MARSH 
Mrs Teresa L Vogler 



(336) 299-2506 59/B HICKORY GROVE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 
(336) 288-3824 3505 Lawndnle Drive 

GreonsboroNC 27408 
(336) 294- 1 1 25 4300 prlnceton Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 854-2137 3910 Wiley Davis Road 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336) 282-3039 3520 Drnwbildgo Pkwy Apl 1 12P 

Greensboro NC 27410 
(336) 292-8897 2505 Roland Rood 

Greensboro NC 27407 
(336)273 2768 1815 DELMAR DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 6102 
(336) 62 1 -9428 4710 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 
(336) 664-0306 4806 MOUNTLINE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 
(336) 272-5198 1 C SAILS WAY DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 874-5715 6138 Liberty Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 621-7350 551 1 Birch Ridge Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 



PIEDMONT 

Media Library Director 

BE SSEMER TlARlATATT A 1336T273-1 1 17 3011 E BESSEMERAVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 

CALVARY Mrs Jonn Justice (330)074-9566 4604 Roynlshlrn Diive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

COLLEGE PARK MS AMBER THOMAS (336) 273-1779 1601 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

CORNERSTONE MRS SHIRLEY HARBIN (336)605 0483 3327 CARDINAL RIDGE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

FRIENDLY AVENUE MRS RUTH STROOP (336)855 5186 5745 A BRAMBLEGATE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

GREENSBORO FIRST Mrs Elizabeth Quails (336) 297-1813 5404 Emeral Springs Court 

Greensboro NC 27407-6347 

GUILFORD Mrs Sherri Bernhardt (336)292-6371 5 Spanish Oaks Court 

Greensboro NC 27409 

HILLCREST Mrs Janice M Cole (336)288-5807 4216 Bell Orchard Road 

Greensboro NC 27455 

HUNTER HILLS MRS KAY UNDERWOOD (336) 299-1332 1913 ALDERWOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27409 

IMMANUEL Mrs Polly Slagle (336) 272-0779 2123 Wright Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27403 

JESSUP GROVE Mrs Barbara T Walker (336)282-7350 1223 Westridge Road 

Greensboro NC 27410 

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(330) 2fl0 7271 3001 Hobbs Rowl 

GreensboioNC 27410 

(336) 294-1 125 4300 princelon Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27407 

(33o)n2i niio ronoxonn 

MCLEANSVIU E NC 27301 
(336) 274-9730 21 13 Hubbard Slreel 

Greensboro NC 27405 
(336) 664-1243 6215 High View Rood 

Greensboro NC 27410 
(336) 665 0374 3209 BENNY LINEBERRY ROAD 

CLIMAX NC 27213 6007 
(366) 299-4661 2605 PINE LAKE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 621-4712 4407 SOUTHERN WEBBING Ml 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336) 697-2532 5215 SHOFFNER ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
(336) 375-5446 1533 Rock Spring Slreel 

Greensboro NC 27405-3715 
(336) 275-8349 4616 Hple Rood 

ClimnxNC 27233 
(336) 299-6643 2200 Maybank Slreel 

Greensboro NC 27403 
(336) 643 4 1 B2 7685 DEBOE ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27356 
(336) 674-3447 6507 COLTRANE MILL ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 674-3420 4608 Rosemary Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 





PIEDMONT 








Discipleshlp Training Director 




CENTRAL 


Rev Kennelh D Clark 


(336) 643-1086 


8014 Linville Road 
Oak Ridge NC 27310 


CLIFTON ROAD 


REV DON RUMPLE 


(336) 886-7588 


918 LAKECREST AVENUE 
HIGH POINT NC 27265 


CORNERSTONE 


MR BOB AVERITTE 


(338) 852-5421 


504 MUIRS CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 


GUILFORD 


Rev Ronald Prevails 


(336) 665-6105 


6314 Lakebend Court 
Greensboro NC 27410 


HILLCREST 


Mr Jimmy Lee 


(336) 288-3866 


611 Kennelh Road 
Greensboro NC 27455 


IMMANUEL 


MrsTillie Rice 


(336) 379-9540 


1703 Wesl Markel Slreel 
Greensboro NC 27403 


LAWNDALE 


Mr Paul Kress 


(336) 299-0337 


915 Monlicello Slreel 
Greensboro NC 27410 


PARKWAY 


Rev Randall Floyd 


(336) 282-3039 


3520 Drawbridge Pkwy Apt 1 12P 
Greensboro NC 27410 


REEDY FORK 


MR JOEY WILLIAMS 


(336) 272-2168 


1510FAIRVIEW STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27504 


ROLLING ROADS 


MR CRAIG DAVIS 


(336) 854-1036 


2113 CHELTENHAM BOULEVAR 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 


SHARPE ROAD 


MR ALTON HALL 


(336) 697-1514 


2401 SHARPE ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 


SOUTHEAST 


Mr Gene Ledbetter 


(336) 674-3895 


4002 Oakcliffe Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 


SUMNER 


ALLEN WINTERS 


(336) 292-2857 


5325 AUDREY ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 



LAWNDALE 

LINDLEY PARK 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

PARKWAY 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 

RANKIN 

SHARPE ROAD 

SIXTEENTH STREET 

SOUTHEAST 

SOUTHSIDE 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST 

SUMMER 

WOODLAKE 



Mis Shnlhn Forresl 

Mrs Barbara Vernon-Gray 

MRS LINDA MA HIIS 

Ms Brenrla Sloul 

Mrs Sylvia Arnold 

MRSCAnOL WILLIAMS 

FAYE PATILLE 

DEBBIE PINKLETON 

MRS ELEANOR WYRICK 

Selmn L Rummage 

Mrs Fnye Shaffer 

Mrs Belly Walker 

MISS GLADYS SCARLETTE 

DALE OSBORNE 

Mrs Phyllis A Cooper 



93 



PIEDMONT 

Brotherhood Director 



CAMP HERMAN 

CENTRAL 

CLIFTON ROAD 

COLFAX 

CORNERSTONE 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST 

GREENSBORO FIRST 

GROOMETOWN ROAD 

GUILFORD 

HILLCREST 

IMMANUEL 

JESSUP GROVE 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

MAGNOLIA STREET 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

PARKWAY 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 

REEDY FORK 
ROLLING ROADS 
SEDGEFIELD 
SIIARPE ROAD 
SIXTEENTH STREET 
SOUTHSIDE 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 



Mr Larry Rush 
Mr Call Young 
MR JOE CHANDLER 
Mr Boyce I Humphrey 
MR GLENN WISE SR 
MR DOUG JENNE 
Dr Cliff Lowery 
Mr Irvine Tucker 
Mr John Overmier 
Mr Billy Brown 
Mr Winded Gallirnore 
Mr Wall Hedilck 
MR DAVID BURCH 
Mi John H Miller 
MR LARRY HUNTER 
Mr Buddy Shod 
Mr Dan McCormick 
MR CHARLES DICK 
TOM JUSTICE 
MR ALLEN MATHIS 
MR CRAIG DAVIS 
CHAD FRYE 
MRS ELEANOR WYRICK 
Lane Bishop 
Mr June Pardue 
MR TODD NICHOLS 
MR JACK REID 



(336) 431-8077 
(336) 643-4698 
(336) 547-0787 
(336) 993-4733 
(336) 643-1419 
(336) 585-1665 
(336) 288 9709 
(336) 294-2385 
(336) 851 0053 
(336) 621-0081 
(336) 855-7873 
(336) 643-0412 
(336) 621-8166 
(336) 621 6451 
(33) 669 7941 
(336) 621 6116 
(336) 282 0666 
(336) 674-5613 
(336) 292-5941 
(336) 621-7411 
(336) 854-1036 
(336) 665 0630 
(336) 697-2532 
(336) 375 1003 
(336) 273-1853 
(336) 656-3778 
(336) 643 0096 



1 1 1 Brookwood Circle 
ArchdaleNC 27263 
3124 Oak Ridge Road 
Summerlield NC 27358 
706 WATKINS STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
804 Hastings Hill Road 
Kernersville NC 27284 
8301 BRITTAIN'S FIELD ROAD 
OAK RIDGE NC 27310 
31 15 K COMMERCE PLACE 
BURLINGTON NC 27215 
1703 Wiinbeily Court 
Greensboro NC 27410-3040 
351 1 Iverness Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
5603 Virgilwood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27409 
2903 Orange Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
4606 Biynhurst Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
8400 Rumble y Road 
Summerlield NC 27358 
5007 HIDDENBROOK COURT 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
5320 Eckersort Road 
Greensboro NC 27405 
4907 LONGLEAF ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
3402 Oberlin Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
304 Willouyhby Boulevard 
Greensboro NC 27408 
40t9 MELISSA LAINE ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406-9276 
8 BEECHCROFT COURT 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
6604 LISMORE DRIVE 
BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 
21 13 CHELTENHAM BOULEVAR 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
3325 CARDINAL RIDGE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
5215 SHOFFNER ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
651 1 Llsrnore Drive 
Brown Summit NC 27214 
3305 Stonehaven Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
6406 TURNER SMITH ROAD 
BROWN SUMMIT NC 27214 
7926HIGHFILL ROAD 
SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 



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VIETNAMESE 
WILLOMORE 
WOODLAKE 



Mr My T Nguyen 
RANDY AUSTIN 
Mr Kevin C Burger 



(338) 685-0122 
(336) 685 0231 



2007 Shmpe Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
6428 LIBERTY ROAD 
JULIAN NC 27283 
5855 Chancer Trail 
Pleasant Garden NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 

WMU Director 

BESSEMER AUDREY HUTCHISON (336) 292-6288 730 WESTLAND DRIVE 

GREENBORONC 27410 

BUCHANAN Mrs Ruth Lawhome (336) 375-6865 204 Buchanan Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

CALVARY Mrs Debra Coble (336) 375-4244 6734 McLeansville Road 

McLeansville NC 27301 

CENTRAL Mrs Gayle Gardner (336) 643-5648 PO Box 2 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 

CLIFTON ROAD MRS JENNIFER RUMPLE (336) 886-7588 918 LAKECREST AVENUE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

COLFAX Ms Beriene Brandon (336) 996-3410 906 N Main Street 

Kemersville NC 27284 

CORNERSTONE MRS OANA BUTLER (336) 643-1576 581 1 N CHURCH STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

ELLER MEMORIAL Mrs Sandra Phillips (336) 821-2755 1209 Leaf Lane 

Greensboro NC 27405 

FLORIDA STREET MRS FRANCES BOONE (336)852-4667 1714 GROVE STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

FRIENDLY AVENUE MRS EVELYN HILL (336) 288-4027 212 COUNTRY PARK ROAO 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

FRIENDSHIP Mrs Barbara McNeil (336) 852-0375 3202 Delmonte Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

GETHSEMANE MRS MARIA FREEMAN (336) 643-4313 7953 VALLEY FALLS ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

G1BSONVILLE FIRST MS BETTY WELCH (336) 449-4428 1301 EAST JOYNER STREET 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 

GREENSBORO FIRST Miss Sue Weddle (338) 274-3286 1000 west Friendly Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27401 

GROOMETOWN ROAD Mrs Nancy Benttey (336) 299-7706 4311 Halifax Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

GUILFORD Mrs Betty Webb (336) 294-2649 2510 Woodfyn Way West 

Greensboro NC 27407 

HILLCREST Mrs Sue Brown (336) 288-0081 2903 Orange Street 

Greensboro NC 27405 

IMMANUEL Mrs Oebbie Reynolds (336) 288-7348 3402 Charing Cross Road 

Greensboro NC 27455 

JESSUP GROVE Mrs Peggy Jessup (336) 668-2804 6002 Firewood Trail 

Greensboro NC 27410 

LAWNDALE Mrs Carolyn Allen (336)621-6857 1508 Guest Street 

Greensboro NC 27405 

95 (Cent.) 



PIEDMONT 

WMU Director 



LINDLEYPARK Mrs Betty Swiggett (336)292-5761 4010 Walker Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27403 

MAGNOLIA STREET Mrs Neva C Sheets (336) 275-2722 2209 Wright Avenue 

Greensboro NC 27403 

NORTHEAST MRS LAURIE GARNER (336) 449-3097 3703 DEW SHARPE ROAD 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 

NORTHSIDE Mrs Pattie Miller (336)275-2057 2115 Maple Street 

Greensboro NC 27405 

PARKWAY Mrs Gladys Vincent (336)292-1812 391 1 Dogwood Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PLEASANT GARDEN MRS CHRISTIE F WOODARD (336) 622-7546 235 EAST DAMERON AVENUE 

LIBERTY NC 27298 

PLEASANT GROVE LUCY BOWMAN (336)294-3830 724 CREEKRIDGE ROAD LOT 5 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

RANKIN NATALIE M BARBER (336)621-2622 4100 N O'HENRY BOULEVARD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
REEDY FORK MRS NANCY ROUTH (336) 286-2608 3405 C WHITEHURST ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 
ROCKY KNOLL MRS VERNELLE HUNT (336) 674-9142 2103 COUNTRY VIEW DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
ROLLING ROADS MRS DAWN WYRICK (336)292-4819 1816 STARLIGHT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
SHARPE ROAD MRS MELINDA LEWELLYN ( 33) 644-9545 7225 GREESON ROAD 

WHITSETT NC 27377 

SIXTEENTH STREET Sheri Paris (336) 545-7732 5135 Steepleshire Place 

Greensboro NC 27410 

SOUTHEAST Mrs Linda Duffer (336)674-6911 4508 Eldorado Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 i 

SOUTHSIDE Mrs Betty Martin (336) 292-1210 2420 W Florida Street J 

Greensboro NC 27403 I 

STEVENS MEMORIAL MRS RAY MASON (336) 697-8983 2010 TWAIN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MS FAY PROULX (336) 427-7175 816 STANLEY ROAD J 

STOKESDALENC 27357 | 

VIETNAMESE Mrs Bay T Nguyen 2007 Sharpe Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

WOOOLAKE Mrs Lynn M Reed (336)697-9746 8600 Long Meadow Drive j 

WhNsetteNC 27377 1 



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PIEDMONT 

Chairman of Deacons 



BESSEMER ETTA COBB (336)621-5520 2512 HUFFINE MILL ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

BRANDT OAKS Ms Cindy Beck 4804 Hickory Woods 

Greensboro NC 27455 

BUCHANAN Mr Charles Farthing (336) 274-5082 391 1 Afton Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

CAMP HERMAN Rev Richard Nunn (336) 674-1025 7064 Kelly Coltrane Drive 

RandlemanNC 27317-8049 

CENTRAL Mr Ernest Wall (336) 643-6468 8504 Bromfield Road 

Oak Ridge NC 27310 

CLIFTON ROAD MR RONNIE TYNER (336)889-3328 4119 BALLARD POND DRIVE 

HIGH POINT NC 27265 

COLFAX Rev Clay Cook (336)993-5572 71 1 Lakedale Road 

Colfax NC 27235 

COLLEGE PARK MS PHYLLIS CALVERT (336)273-1779 1601 WALKER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO NC 27403 

CORNERSTONE MR BARRY MCGUGAN (336) 855-5480 1903 WOODS END LANE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

ELLER MEMORIAL Mr Brad Newkirk (336) 288-8985 1605 Independence Road 

Greensboro NC 27408 

FRIENDLY AVENUE MR DOUG WATTS (336) 299-8812 4408 GREEN FOREST DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

FRIENDSHIP Mr Jesse T Scott (336)621-0126 5 Jans Court 

Greensboro NC 27405 

GATE CITY MR BILL BREEDLOVE (336) 454-6376 100 BURROWS ROAD 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
GETHSEMANE MR WESLEY DUPREE (336) 643-3126 634 CICERO ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST MR CHRIS OSBORNE (336)449-7885 200 COTTON COURT 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
GOOD NEWS Dea Ricky Richardson (336) 299-5598 2607 Darden Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

GREENSBORO FIRST Rev Scott Culclasure (336) 282-4204 3704 Pinetop Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410-2826 

GROOMETOWN ROAD Mr Joe Mullinax 4201 Wayward Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

GUILFORD Mr Walter Thomas (336) 294-0718 61 12 Lea-Ray Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

HILLCREST Mr Roy Kasey (288)288-2741 4008 ScoMsdale Drive 

Greensboro NC 27455 

IMMANUEL Mr Jennings Helms (336)299-1093 4312 Halifax Road 

Greensboro NC 27407 

JESSUP GROVE Mr Vernon E Walker (336) 282-7350 1223 Westridge Road 

Greensboro NC 27410 

LANKFORD MEM MR RON FIELDS (336) 954-3836 4005 LANDERWOOD COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 

LAWNDALE Mr John Allen (336) 282-4034 7 Yardarm Court 

Greensboro NC 27455 

LINDLEYPARK Mr William Hendren (336) 299-9444 3000 Keeler Street 

Grepnsboro NC 27407 

MAGNOLIA ST Mr Ray Blake (336) 275-2202 692 Chestnut Slreet 

Greensboro NC 27405 

NEW HOPE MR LAURENCE ROBERTSON 4013 YANCEYVILLE STREET 

GREENS80RO NC 27405 

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NORTHEAST MR JIMMY RUSSELL (336) 698-0561 1601 MOUNT HOPE CHURCH R 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

NORTHSIDE Mr Bobby Matthews (336) 852-2351 91 1 Chatfield Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PARKWAY Mr Tom Andraza (336) 664-0098 6006 Muirfield Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PINECROFT Buster Blylhe (336)294-3241 4004 Springbrook Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

PLEASANT GROVE CECIL POLLARD (338) 299-3173 1910 STANLEY ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 

RANKIN RH BROWN (336) 282-8288 12 BRIGHTON PLACE 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

ROCKY KNOLL MR BUTCH CULBRETH (336) 274-071 1 3217 EDENWOOD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

ROLLING ROADS MR BOB ROACH (338) 299-6574 4202 SUMMERGLEN DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

SEDGEFIELD MR GREG MESHAW (338)668-7053 5003 SCARLETT HAW 

GREENSBORO NC 27410 

SIXTEENTH STREET Bobby Edwards (336)621-5541 19-A Fountain Manor Drive 

Greensboro NC 27405-8029 

SOUTH ELM STREET MR JIM FLYNT (336) 856-0040 5200 HAYWARD DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

SOUTHEAST Mr Bill Settle (336) 674-7353 5301 Southstone Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHSIDE Mr Arthur White (336)292-3182 4109 Summerglen Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 

STEVENS MEMORIAL MR BILL HEFNER (336) 697-8983 710 KNOX ROAD 

GIBSONVILLE NC 27301 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MR ZAC WALKER (336) 643-3513 7103 HAW RIDGE ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 

SUMNER O.L SNYDER (336)454-4373 304 THORNWOOD DRIVE 

JAMESTOWN NC 27283 

VIETNAMESE Mr My T Nguyen 2007 Sharpe Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

WILLOMORE SCOTT MCOUFFIE (336) 674-6781 543 NC 62 EAST 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27312 

WOODLAKE Mr Gary Reed (336) 676-9042 1481 Burnetts Chapel Road 

Greensboro NC 27407 



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PIEDMONT 

Church Treasurer 



BESSEMER 

BETHANY 

BRANDT OAKS 

BUCHANAN 

CALVARY 

CAMP HERMAN 

CENTRAL 

CLIFTON ROAD 

COLFAX 

COLLEGE PARK 

CORNERSTONE 

DAYSTAR 

ELLER MEMORIAL 

FLORIDA STREET 

FRIENDLY AVENUE 

FRIENDSHIP 

GATE CITY 

GETHSEMANE 

GIBSONVILLE FIRST 

GOOD NEWS 
GREENSBORO FIRST 
GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GUILFORD 
HILLCREST 
IGLESIA BAUTISTA 
IMMANUEL 
JESSUP GROVE 



MARY ALICE SATTERFIELD 

Mrs Rosa Lee Rogers 

Mr Fred Binder 

Mrs Dmnne West 

Mr Jimmy Myers 

Mrs Becky Jones 

Mr Roger Howerton 

MRS FRANCES BROWN 

Mrs Ruth Dowdy 

MR STEVEN LOWRANCE SR 

MR TIM HAYWORTH 

Mr Randall S Minix 

Mr Jim Kincaid 

MRS JANICE HOLDER 

MR PETER HUTTS 

Mr Jesse T Scott 

MR JEFF SIMS 

MRS BETH DUPREE 

MS PEGGY LITTEN 

Mr Henry Slmyhorn 

Mr John Martin 

Mrs Nancy Benlley 

Mrs Annie Long 

Mrs Carolyn Davis 

Mrs Emperatriz Perez 

Mr David Stevenson 

Mrs Mickey Stephens 

99 (Cont 



(336) 2B8-B036 
(336) 674-5213 

(336) 274-3874 
(336) 375-3339 
(336) 621-0963 
(336) 643-4758 
(336) 292-8508 
(338) 292-4338 
(336) 273-1779 
(336) 545-9379 
(336) 643-6379 
(336) 621-4933 
(336) 288-4839 
(336) 288-7198 
(336) 621-0126 
(336) 854-9195 
(336) 643-3136 
(336) 449-7312 
(336) 697-1674 
(336) 273-2871 
(336) 299-7706 
(336) 292-9066 
(336) 621-3210 
(336) 854-0471 
(336) 993-7672 
(336) 643-6647 
.) 



2404 KERY DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27408 
568 NC East 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
1902 Cardova 
Greensboro NC 27410 
308 S Elam Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27403 
314 Murraylane Road 
Greensboro NC 27405 
5424 MiWord Road 
Greensboro NC 27405-9515 
2106 Oak Ridge Road Box 462 
Oak Ridge NC 27310 
5803 SCOTLAND ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
278 Marshall Smith Road 
Colfax NC 27235 
1601 WALKER AVENUE 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 
PO BOX 4931 
GREENSBORO NC 27404 
5502 While Blossom Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
3520 Cherry Lane 
Greensboro NC 27405 
3403 WILSHIRE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27408 
1721 AFTONSHIRE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
5 Jans Court 
Greensboro NC 27405 
4817 ADAMS RIDGE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
634 CICERO ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
723 PIEDMONT AVENUE 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
PO Box 188 
SedaliaNC 27342 
614 Rockford Road 
Greensboro NC 27408-4920 
4311 Halifax Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
5619 Greenlee Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
3539 Hines Chapel Road 
McLeansville NC 27302 
4111 Olympia Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
7141 Avenbury Circle 
Kernersville NC 27284 
4724 Crestfield Road 
Snmmprfield NC 27358 



LANKFORD MEMORIAL 

LAWNDALE 

LINDLEY PARK 

MAGNOLIA STREET 

NEW HOPE 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

OUTREACH 

PARKWAY 

PINECROFT 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 

RANKIN 

REEDY FORK 

ROCKY KNOLL 

ROLLING ROADS 

SEDGEFIELD 

SIXTEENTH STREET 

SOUTH ELM STREET 

SOUTHEAST 

SOUTHSIDE 

STEVENS MEMORIAL 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST 

SUMNER 

VIETNAMESE 

WILLOMORE 

WOODLAKE 



MS RENEE MCDANIEL 

Mr Joe Jenkins 

Mr Don Hensley 

Mrs Delores W Blake 
MRS MARY B CHRISTOPHER 
MR JAMES EVERHART 
Mrs Pat Oates 

KIMBERLY RAYNOR-JONES 

Mr J Cameron Hunt 

Debbie Mafteo 

MR LARRY STILL 

HERMAN RIDING 

JO STRAUGHAN 

MRS BARTRA G INGOLD 

MRS LINDA JONES 

MR RON LAMKIN 

MRS PAT BURNS 

Don Smith 

MR KEVIN TILLEY 

MrLonnie Baxley 

Mr Bob Anderson 

MS GINGER SOUTHARD 



(336) 621-7349 
(336) 282-4935 
(336) 454-6533 
(336) 275-2202 
(336) 288-1499 
(336) 697-1169 
(336) 621-4097 
(336) 852-0914 
(336) 288-8154 
(336) 299-3133 
(336) 674-0412 



(336)621-3282 
(336)621-0596 
(336) 275-6006 
(336) 294-4283 
(336) 292-1593 
(336) 621-4128 
(336) 851-1998 
(336) 674-6538 
(336) 292-3549 
(336) 621-4846 



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4214 NORTHSIDE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
2306 Musket Lane 
Greensboro NC 27455 
3303 Dillon Road 
Jamestown NC 27282 
692 Chestnut Street 
Greensboro NC 27405 
2938 MARTHA'S PLACE 
GREENSBORO NC 27408 
5633 BOBOLINK ROAD 
MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
1405 Woodgreen Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
5503 HEMPSTEAD DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
2611 Stratford Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
231 1 Pinecrott Road 
Greensboro NC 27407 
5357 N C HIGHWAY 22 
PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 
3812GROOMETOWN ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
3504 YANCEYVILLE STREET 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 
4800 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 
BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214-9 
341 WEST VANOALIA ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
2204 REVOLAN DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
PO BOX 956 

JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
3227 Hines Chapel Road 
Greensboro NC 27405-9424 
3624 3A MORRIS FARM DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27409 
4708 Edinborough Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
2502 Laramie Drive 
Greensboro NC 27406 
3305 MARTIN AVENUE 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 



MS THERESSA CARPENTER 
DEBBIE CLARK 
Mrs Hanh N Ly 

WANDA HOWELL 

Mrs Peggy Sizemore 



(336)643-6383 PO BOX 400 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336)294-3364 2807 KILBOURNE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
2007 Sharpe Road 
GreensoborNC 27406 
(336) 674-6505 1116 KENTMERE ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 454-6068 4906 Yarmouth Drive 
• Greensboro NC 27407 



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PIEDMONT 

Stewardship Chairman 



BRANDT OAKS 

CAMP HERMAN 

COLLEGE PARK 

CORNERSTONE 

DAYSTAR 

ELLER MEMORIAL 

GREENSBORO FIRST 

GUILFORD 

HUNTER HILLS 

IMMANUEL 

LANKFORO MEMORIAL 

LAWNDALE 

LINDLEY PARK 

MAGNOLIA STREET 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

PARKWAY 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

RANKIN 

REEDY FonK 

SEDGEFIELD 

SHARPEROAD 

SOUTHEAST 

SOUTHSIDE 

SUMMEnFIELD FIRST 



Ms Fay Cobb 

Mr William Gerringer 

MR BRIAN LASLEY 

MR DREW MALONE 

Mr Raymond C I loloman 

Mr Jell Plrkard 

Mr Lee King 

Mr Tom Underwood 

MR PAUL EANES 

Mr Wayne Qnzls 

MRS LESLIE MOORE 

Mr BUI Monroe 

Mrs Edna K Burns 

Mrs Dolores W Blake 

MR BOB FERGUSON 

Mr Neal Mallhews 

Mr Tom Lanier 

MR WADE WYLIE 

SUSAN OWEN 

MR ROBERT L INQOLD 

MR JIM MOSEI.EY 

MS SUSAN MORRIS 

Mrs Pntrlcin Bennelt 

Mi B T Boone 

MR HOWARD SPOON 



(336) 697-7212 
(336) 273-1779 
(336) 605-0204 
(336) 454-5204 
(336) 260-7715 
(336) 274 3288 
(336) 832-1690 
(336) 299-1332 
(336) 230-1149 
(330) 843 0311 
(330) 043-9953 
(338) 299-4830 
(336) 275-2202 
(336) 621-6950 
(336) 288-3571 
(336) 292-6971 
(336)697-7517 
(336) 288-8140 
(336) 021 4363 
(336) 668-7998 
(336) 874 6638 
(336) 674 3111 
(336) 674 2770 
(336) 643-4943 



4504 Eddington Diive 
Greensboro MC 27410 
3623 Soulheasl School Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
1601 WALKER AVENUE 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 
6107 DAWN RIDGE TRAIL 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
1113 New Hampshire Drive 
Jamestown NC 27282 
1905 Foresl Valley Road 
Greensboro NC 27410 
214 Elmwood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408-9999 
5824 Sloney Glen Loop 
Greensboro NC 27409 
2404 LAKESHORE DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27407 
3704 Wood Burn Dih/e 
Greensboro NC 27400 
3404 REGINA COURT 
SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
2702 Collon Drive 
Greensboro NC 27310 
607 A Park terrace 
Greensboro NC 27403 
692 Chestnut Slreel 
Greensboro NC 27405 
PO BOX 118 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
1812 BrookclKf Drive 
Greensboro NC 27408 
1507 Pebble Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
4108 OLD JULIAN ROAD 
JULIAN NC 27283-9106 
48 MANSFIELD CIRCLE 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
6603 LISMORE DRIVE 
BROWNS SUMMIT NC 27214 
62 10 BROOK SHADOW LANE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
4516 SCHOOWAY ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 
4204 Slonebenge Road 
Greensboro NC 27406 
6522 Monnell Road 
Climax NC 27233 
PO BOX 206 
OAK RIDGE NC 27310 



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PIEDMONT 

Missions Development Dir/Chair 



COLLEGE PARK 
GATE CITY 
GIBSONVILLE FIRST 
GIBSONVILLE RRST 
GUILFORD 
LAWNDALE 
OUTREACH 
PARKWAY 
SEOGEFIELO 



MR ROLAND RUSSOLI 
MRS LIZ CRABTREE 
MS CARLA ANDREWS 
MS BETTY WELCH 
Mrs Joann Dalton 
Or Barry Nealy 
ABERDALE RAYNOR 
Mrs Felicity Gordon 
MR RON SMITH SR 



(336) 273-1779 
(336) 632-0640 
(336) 698-0794 
(336) 449-4428 
(336) 643-8743 
(336) 54S-1562 
( ) -336 
(336) 282-2364 
(336) 274-0250 



1601 WALKER AVENUE 
GREENS80RONC 27403 
5808 SPANISH OAK DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27409 
5301 McLEANSVILLE ROAD 
McLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
1301 EASTJOYNER STREET 
GIBSONVILLE NC 27249 
8105 Trotter Ridge Road 
Summerfield NC 27358 
5305 Bayberry Lane 
Greensboro NC 27455 
1819 GLENOAKS DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27409 
4917 Shady Pine Drive 
Greensboro NC 27455 
424 ROUTH CIRCLE 
GREENSBORO NC 27406 



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PIEDMONT 

Church Clerk 



BESSEMER 

BETHANY 

BRANDT OAKS 

BUCHANAN 

CALVARY 

CAMP HERMAN 

CENTRAL 

CLIFTON ROAD 

COLFAX 

COLLEGE PARK 

CORNERSTONE 

DAYSTAR 

ELLER MEMORIAL 

FLORIDA STREET 

FRIENDLY AVENUE 

GATE CITY 

GETHSEMANE 

GOOD NEWS 

GREENSBORO FIRST 

GROOMETOWN ROAD 

GUILFORD 

HILLCREST 

HUNTER HILLS 

IGLESIA BAUTISTA 

IMMANUEL 

JESSUP GROVE 

LANKFORD MEMORIAL 



LOUISE KELLAM 
Mrs Cherry P Fields 
Ms Maude Caudle 
Mrs Terri Fowler 
Sue Byrley 
Mrs Daisy Hall 
Mrs Ruby SloHz 
POLLY Y SIMPSON 
Mrs Honey Humphrey 
MS KATHY MCDANIEL 
MRS BRENDA BOOFORD 
Mrs Mary Lou Holoman 
Mr Dannie Pierce 
JEANNE M PURGASON 
OR DORIS HENDERSON 
MRS LOIS BOLAND 
MRS MARIA FREEMAN 
Mrs Leslie Alkins 
Mrs Margaret Swanson 
Ms Melanie Yokeley 
Mrs Rosemary Sleed 
Mrs Bonnie Murphy 
MRS B08BIE BROWN 
Mrs Maria V Gonzalez 
Mrs Sylvia Dixon 
Mrs Barbara T Walker 
MS PAT MCADOO 



(336) 272-6370 
(336) 622-6978 

(336) 643-1934 
(336) 697 0528 
(336) 375-5153 
(336) 6-13-3681 
(336) 299-1386 
(336) 993-4733 
(336) 273-1779 
(336) 665-1053 
(336) 454-5204 
(336) 621-2372 
(336) 674-9782 
(336) 282-4215 
(336) 854-2800 
(338) 643-4313 
(336) 668-4323 
(336) 288-7366 
(336) 855-8436 
(336) 299-6983 
(336) 545-9222 
(336) 299-1332 
(336) 854-3774 
(336) 375-3566 
(336) 282-7350 



3804 CAMERON AVENUE 
GREENSBORO NC 27401 
POBox 1693 
Liberty NC 27298 
5305 Thorncliff Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
296 Haynes Road 
Summerlield NC 27358 
2300 Mr Hope Church Road 
WhilsettNC 27377 
3915 Martin Avenue 
Greensboro NC 27405-2856 
191 1 Onk Ridgo Rond 
OakRklgeNC 27310 
624 ASHLAND DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 
804 Hastings Hill Road 
Kernersville NC 27284 
1601 WALKER AVENUE 
GREENSBORO NC 27403 
3806 O BRIANT PLACE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
1113 New Hampshire Drive 
Jamestown NC 27282 
1510 Countryside Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
5704 DALLY ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27313 
5108 HEDRICK DRIVE 
GREENSBORO NC 27410 
3123 IRON GATE TRAIL 
JAMESTOWN NC 27282 
7953 VALLEY FALLS ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27455 
6334 Riverhills Drive 
Greensboro NC 27410 
107 Frederick Road 
Greensboro NC 27455-1706 
139 Shell Drive 
Greensboro NC 27407 
5606 Buddingwood Drive 
Greensboro NC 27490 
5106 North Church Street 
Greensboro NC 27455 
PO BOX 77533 
GREENSBORO NC 27417 
806 C Ashbrock Drive 
Greensboro NC 27409 
229 Willow Lake Drive 
Greensboro NC 27405 
1223 Weslridge Road 
Greensboro NC 27410 
1500 LEES CHAPEL ROAD 
GREENSBORO NC 27405 



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LAWNDAL6 

UNDLEY PARK 

MAGNOLIA STREET 

NEW HOPE 

NORTHEAST 

NORTHSIDE 

OUTREACH 

PARKWAY 

PINECROFT 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

PLEASANT GROVE 
RANKIN 
REEDY FORK 
ROLLING ROADS 
SEDGEFIELD 
SHARPE ROAD 
SIXTEENTH STREET 
SOUTH ELM STREET 
SOUTHEAST 
SOUTHSIDE 
STEVENS MEMORIAL 
SUMMERFIELD FIRST 
SUMNER 
VIETNAMESE 
WILLOMORE 
WOODLAKE 



Mis Linda Jenkins 

Mrs June L Rash 

Mrs Pat Allen 

MRSPRISCILLA MOSLEY 

MRS SUZANNE JENKINS 

Mrs Betty W Parrott 

RUTH GRAVES 

Mr James E Howell 

Virginia Cockrell 

MRS BEATRICE M MANESS 

JULIA CANTER 

FREDA B WATSON 

MRS BARTRA G INGOLD 

RAYMOND WYRICK 

MRS SHIRLEY ALLEY 

MRS HELEN COMPTON 

LaGray Marks 

MS ROSALIE CRAINE 

Mrs Opal Elder 

Mrs Betty White 

MRS BETTY TALBERT 

MRS BECKY GATEWOOD 

ETHEL ALLEN 

Mrs Phuong M Le 

PEGGY MOREFIELD 

Mrs Tammy L Key 



(336) 282-4935 2300 Musket l ane 

Greensboro NC 27455 
(336) 668-0587 4307 Menfro Place 

Greensboro NC 27409-9750 
(336) 288-5697 2524 Femwood Drive 

Greensboro NC 27408 
(336) 375-8292 1377 LEE'S CHAPEL ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 
(336)621-2180 4710 DICKS MILL ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 
(336) 954-2669 5506 Terrapin Court 

Browns Summit NC 27214 

1301 SYKES ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27415 
(336)288-7134 4202 Pheasant Run 

Greensboro NC 27455-2720 
(336) 379-934 1 4110 LaG range Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 674-5667 6402 MANORHAVEN PLACE 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 272 
(336) 299-2205 2130 BISHOP ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 621-4976 1422 ROCK SPRING STREET 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336)621-0596 4800 YANCEYVILLE ROAD 

BROWNS SUMMIT NC 2721' 
(336) 292-4819 1816 STARLIGHT DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 674-2349 4333 KIMMERIDGE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 697-0492 4403 RIPLEY ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336)621-3534 4305 Sunnyside Drive 

Greensboro NC 27405-9576 
(336) 674-3891 1049 FRONTIER LANE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 
(336) 674-7385 4603 Oakcliffe Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336)292-3182 4109 Summerglen Drive 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336)621-6112 3907 PINE NEEDLE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27405 
(336)643-4959 PO BOX 93 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 
(336) 852-9360 4441 OLD RANDLEMAN ROAD 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

2007 Sharpe Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 
(336) 674-3536 1433 BURNETTE'S CHAPEL 

GREENSBORO NC 27407 
(336) 656-7888 5839 Chrismon Road 

Brown Summitt NC 27214 



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PIEDMONT 

Prayer Ministry Coordinator 



CLIFTON ROAD MRS LUCIE HARRIS (336) 294-6528 4 PiPER GLEN COURT 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

DAYSTAR Mr Raymond C Holoman (336)454-5204 1 1 13 New Hampshire Drive 

Jamestown NC 27282 

FRIENDLY AVENUE MRS IVOR SEXTON (336) 545-7633 4400 PHEASANT RUN DRIVE 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

GREENSBORO FIRST Mrs Marie Jones (336)299-4130 105 Woodbourne Road 

Greensboro NC 27410-5533 

GUILFORD Ms LaDelle R Kay (336)218-8935 PO Box 19821 

Greensboro NC 27419 

HUNTER MILLS MR MICHAEL WOLFF (336) 299-1332 2410 QUAKER LANDING 

GREENSBORO NC 27455 

LAWNDALE Mrs Polly Dodson (336) 375-5395 3900 Burlington Road 

Greensboro NC 27405 

LINDLEY PARK Mrs Helen R Rose (336) 299-4046 2121 Sprucewood Drive 

Greensboro NC 27407 

NORTHEAST MRS WANDA NANCE (336)697-8401 5618 BOBOLINK ROAD 

MCLEANSVILLE NC 27301 

PARKWAY Mr James E Arledge (336) 822-2125 2021 Medhurst Drive 

Greensboro NC 27410 

PLEASANT GARDEN MRS SUSAN MARSHALL (336) 674-1546 602 BURNING BUSH DRIVE 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 

SEDGEFIELD MRS BELVA SMITH (336) 274-0250 424 ROUTH CIRCLE 

GREENSBORO NC 27406 

SOUTH ELM STREET DR LAWRENCE E CLAPP (336)674-7783 1 194 LEGACY FARE DRIVE 

PLEASANT GARDEN NC 27313 

SOUTHEAST Mrs Jane Simpson (336) 674-6842 4405 Williams Dairy Road 

Greensboro NC 27406 

SOUTHSIDE Mrs Betty Martin (336) 292-1210 2420 W Florida Slreet 

Greensboro NC 27403 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS VIVIAN BOLLING (336) 643-5310 7754 ROBINSON ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 

SUMMERFIELD FIRST MRS TRACIE FRIDDLE (336) 643-0468 3819 OAK RIDGE ROAD 

SUMMERFIELD NC 27358 

WOODLAKE Mrs Wanda Burger (336) 685-0231 5855 Chaucer Trail 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 



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PIEDMONT 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 




1999 



PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



105th. ANNUAL SESSION 
November 4, 1999 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church 

Annual Sermon Dr. Deryl Holliday 

Doctrinal Sermon...... Dr. Richard Hipps 



Date of the Next Meeting: May 4, 2000 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Associational Directory 32 

Associational Staff. 32 

Charts Ill 

Church Directory 

Associate Pastors 79 

Brotherhood Directors 93 

Chairmen of Deacons 95 

Church Clerks 100 

Church Secretaries 86 

Discipleship Training Directors 92 

Evangelism Council 99 

Media Library Directors 91 

Ministers Available for Supply 75 

Ministers of Children 90 

Ministers of Education 82 

Ministers of Music 85 

Ministers Ordained/Licensed During the Year 82 

Ministers of Preschool 89 

Ministers of Recreation. 84 

Ministers of Youth 83 

Missions Development Directors/Chairmen 99 

Mission Pastors .79 

Other Ordained Pastors 80 

Pastors .77 

Prayer Ministry Coordinators 1 02 

Stewardship Chairmen 98 

Sunday School Directors 88 

Treasurers 97 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 94 

Constitution 20 

Executive Board Members 69 

Historical Table 103 

Messengers 64 

Proceedings Annual Meeting 2 

Proceedings Semi- Annual Meeting 9 

Program 1 



Reports 

Associate Director of Missions .40 

Brotherhood 45 

Budget , 29 

Church Community Ministries Director 40 

Committee on Committees 31 

Credentials Committee 35 

Director of Missions 38 

Evangelism 45 

Executive Board Report 13 

Financial Statement 28 

Historical Events 58 

Missions Development 41 

Chaplaincy Ministry 43 

Crisis Center 43 

Homeless Housing Ministry 41 

International Student Ministry 42 

New Churches 41 

Overnight Hospital Emergency Ministry 42 

Music 46 

Nominating Committee 32 

Ordination Committee 35 

Our Beloved Dead. 60 

Partnership Missions Committee 36 

Pastoral Ministry 46 

Personnel Committee 36 

Recreation Ministry 47 

Seminary Extension ..47 , 48 

Special Personnel Study Committee 37 

Woman's Missionary Union 49 

Youth Ministry 51 

Reports of Agencies 

Baptist Retirement Homes of NC, Inc 57 

Christian Action League 55 

NC Baptist Foundation, Inc 52 

NC Baptist Hospitals, Inc 53 



WE DEDICATE THE 1999 
PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
MINUTES TO 
REV. AUSTIN LOVIN 
AS AN EXPRESSION OF OUR LOVE AND GRATITUDE 




Rev. Austin Lovin 1915-1999 



None who had the priviCege of knowing Austin Lovin wiCC 
ever forget him. He wiCCBe remembered for his joy, humiCity, 
conviction, commitment, and kindness. 3(e was a caCm and 
gentCe man. Austin was forced to retire earCy because of a heart 
probCem, but he never ready retired. If JriendCy Avenue 'Baptist 
Church or Tiedmont Baptist Association did not have a project 
far him he came up with projects on his own. 'He continued to 
read, study and write up to the Cast weeks of his Cife. 

Jew have had a greater Cong term infCuence on the 
churches of the Tiedmont Baptist Association than Austin Lovin. 
Austin went out from the Asheboro Street church (now JriendCy) 
to study for ministry at Southern Seminary. After compCeting 
his preparation for ministry he served for many years as a 
3-Come Missionary in the Northwest. Before returning to 
Greensboro, Austin served as the "Director of 'Missions for the Tee 
'Dee Association in Toe kingham from 1970 to 1978. 

After returning to Greensboro Austin was active in 
service in the TBAfor the Cast 21 years of his Cife. 'Me served 
part time on the TBA staff from 1980 to 1985. 

Austin Lovin wiCCbe greatCy missed, but he wiCCnot be 
forgotten! 



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Piedmont Baptist Association 105th Annuai Meeting 
November 4, 1 999 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church 

Theme: "faith for Our future" 

Registration of Messengers 

Morning Session 
Call to Worship 

Welcome, Scripture, Prayer, Congregational Singing 
Call to Order 
Constituting the Session 
Program Committee Report 
Special Ad Hoc Committees Reports 
Ad Hoc Personnel Committee 
Temple Advisory Council 
Hymns 

Division of Administration 
Treasurer's Report and Adoption of Budget 
Committee on Committees 
Nominating Committee 
Credentials Committee 
Ministry Reports 
International Students 

Seminary Extension Gerald Primm 

Partnership Testimonies Paul Crews, Lisa Horton 

Partnership Committee Report Ken Clark 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff Dennis Blackmon 

Introduction of Speaker Roger Barricks 

Special Music Friendly Avenue Baptist Church Hand Bell Choir 
Annual Sermon "Faith for Our Future" Deryl Holliday 

First Baptist Church Summerfield 

Lunch 

Afternoon Session 



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Pat Cronin 

Thomas Brown 
Beauford Smith 
Mike Jones 

Thomas Brown 
Thomas Brown 



Monica Vaughan 
Terry Larsen 
Gerald Primm 
Ken Clark 



Music 

Testimonies of FAITH 
Calvary Baptist Church 
Sedgefield Baptist Church 
Cornerstone Baptist Church 

Miscellaneous Business 

Resolutions 

Director of Missions Report 
New Hampshire Partnership 
Installation of Officers 
Dedication of Book of Reports 
Music 



First Baptist Church Summerfield 

Anne Harrelson 
Conrad Wade, Ron Smith, Sr. 

Dean Malone 

Jim Fleet 
Dennis Blackmon 
John Kuespert 
Thomas Brown 
Otis Davis 

Hunter Hills Baptist Church Ensemble 



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Introduction of Denominational Speaker Joey Tomlin 

Denominational Speaker David Crocker 

First Vice President Baptist State Convention 
Pastor Snyder Memorial Baptist Church, Fayetteville NC 
Benediction and Adjournment Joe Giaritelli 



PROCEEDINGS 
105 th Annual Meeting 
November 4, 1999 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church 
Theme: "Faith For Our Future" 

Moderator Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Baptist Church, called 
the meeting to order. Rev. Pat Cronin, pastor of Friendly Avenue Baptist 
Church, welcomed everyone and read scripture from Romans and then led in 
prayer. 

The Hand Bell Choir of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church brought the 
special music, "Blessed Assurance". 

Rev. Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Baptist 
Church, constituted the session of the 105 th Annual Meeting. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, presented 
the Program Committee's report with a change in order of service. The program 
was approved. 

Moderator Thomas Brown presented the Special Ad Hoc Committee 
report. The Committee submitted the following suggestions: 

1) To employ a person on an hourly basis to work with the Chaplaincy 

Ministry. 

2) To clarify the responsibilities and job description of the Associate 
Director of Missions. 

A. Job Title: The job title should be "Director of Church Growth". 
This is to include working in the areas of expansion, extension and 
spiritual growth of the Piedmont Baptist Association churches. 

3) Employ a part-time Church Community Ministries Director to 
relieve the Associate Director of Missions of these responsibilities so he can 
focus on the above responsibilities. 

The report further stated-This Committee strongly feels that the number 
one priority of our Association is to help strengthen all churches in the Piedmont 
Baptist Association. Members of the committee are: Rev. Thomas Brown, 
chairman; Rev. Michael Barrett, Dr. Dennis Blackmon, Mrs. Jill Foster, Mrs. 
Donree Howerton, Mrs. Ernestine Smith, Rev. Joey Tomlin, Rev. Steven Walsh. 

Rev. Steven Walsh, pastor of Southside Baptist Church, presented a 
motion by the Temple Baptist Church Advisory Council: After many sessions of 
meeting with the Daystar Baptist Church and the former Harbor core group and 
upon evidence presented to us in a letter stating that these two groups have 
united to become one, the Advisory Council presents the following motion: We 
recommend that Piedmont Baptist Association vote to deed the Temple property 



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to Daystar Baptist Church of Greensboro with the understanding that they 
continue to be a cooperating Southern Baptist Church with the Piedmont Baptist 
Association of Greensboro. 

After a short discussion, the motion passed. 

Rev. Ron Freeman, minister of music Summerfield First Baptist 
Church, led in a hymn, 'To God Be The Glory". 

Moderator Thomas Brown called on Monica Vaughan, associational 
treasurer and music director of Rolling Roads Baptist Church, to present the 
treasurer's report and adoption of the budget for the year 2000. She reported that 
salaries and benefits were 8.8% above 1999 because of the addition of two part- 
time salaries not previously in the budget. The total budget was 5% above 1 999. 
After a short discussion the budget for the year 2000 was passed unanimously. 

Monica then gave a report on her recent visit to a disaster area in 
eastern North Carolina. She also attended an associational meeting there. 

Moderator Brown called on Rev. Terry Larsen, pastor of Calvary 
Baptist Church, to give the Committee on Committees report. Moderator Brown 
appointed the following people to serve on the Committee on Committees: Dr. 
Adrian Harris, Jr., pastor of Clifton Road Baptist Church; and Dr. Lawrence 
Clapp, pastor of South Elm Street Baptist Church. Other members on the 
committee are: Otis Davis, Shirley Barbee, Bobby Matthews, Terry Larsen, 
chairman. 

Moderator Brown called on Rev. Gerald Primm, chairman of the 
Nominating Committee and interim pastor of Rocky Knoll Baptist Church, to 
give the Committee's report. Rev. Primm referred to the 1 999 Book of Reports 
which contained the full report. Rev. Primm stated that some positions would 
be filled later. He then submitted the report as a motion for a vote. Rev. Pat 
Cronin seconded the motion and it was approved as presented. 

Moderator Brown called on Dr. Barry Nealy, associate director of 
missions, to give the Credentials Committee report in the absence of Rev. Ken 
Clark, pastor of Central Baptist Church, who was absent due to recent surgery. 
Barry Nealy presented three churches for full membership in the Piedmont 
Baptist Association: New Horizon, pastor Mark Gray; Bethany, pastor Fred 
Hardin; Vietnamese, pastor Hoa Due Vo. Since this was presented as a motion 
from the Credentials Committee, it only needed a second. The motion was 
approved. Dr. Nealy stated that the Piedmont Baptist Association had three new 
church starts-Calvary Fellowship, Korean Baptist Church and Living Hope 
Baptist Church in Reidsville. 

Moderator Brown called on Barry Nealy to give the International 
Student Ministry report in the absence of Audrey Womack, PBA staff, who was 
on a missionary trip to Brazil. Dr. Nealy spoke of the great opportunity of 
sharing Jesus Christ with the international students. He stated there were 
sixteen students who accepted Christ as Saviour. 

Rev. Gerald Primm gave the Seminary Extension report. He spoke 



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about the good work of Dr. Wilson Stewart in teaching the classes. He stated 
they were exploring the possibility of expanding the work of Seminary 
Extension so that leaders and workers in the various church jobs might have 
opportunity of attending classes designed specifically for the various aspects of 
church ministries. These courses would be from six to eight weeks one night 
each week. A meeting place will be decided upon and announced later. He said 
Seminary Extension was in the eleventh course leading to the Certificate for 
Christian Studies. There will be five more courses to complete this certificate. 
He said an average of fifteen students attended the last two classes of this year. 
Since August, 1996, the total number of students has been forty-four. Of these, 
eleven have finished all of the courses provided. A new course will begin 
January, 2000 on the Old Testament Book of Amos. The class meets on Tuesday 
evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for ten weeks at Jessup Grove Baptist 
Church. 

Rev. Paul Crews, pastor Rolling Roads Baptist Church, gave a report 
on his mission trip to Venezuela. On one occasion he preached to seven 
hundred people. All meetings were held in the open. He gave an account of 
several instances of different opportunities to preach the gospel. They had great 
response to the message of Jesus Christ. He encouraged everyone to share Jesus 
Christ. Lisa Horton, wife of pastor David Horton of Gate City Baptist 
Church, gave a report of her mission trip to Venezuela. She said they worked 
with Jerusalem Baptist Temple. They were in an area where people believed in 
voodoo, Satanism and witch craft. Lisa stated their mornings were spent in 
visitation and worship services were held nightly. She said the mission trip to 
Venezuela had opened her eyes to the great need of Foreign Missions. 

The Partnership Committee report was given by Dr. Dennis Blackmon, 
director of missions. He said this had been the best year for partnership 
missions. Many churches in the PBA had participated in this mission work. Dr. 
Blackmon spoke briefly on his mission trip to Venezuela. He stated that due to 
the hurricane, the Baptist State Convention changed its partnership from 
Venezuela to Honduras. The PBA Partnership Committee had made contact 
with people in Venezuela about mission work there. Dr. Blackmon said we have 
many reasons to praise God for PBA churches in their international mission 
work. 

Eh - . Blackmon recognized the new pastors and staff who have recently 
come to the Piedmont Baptist Association-Rev. Robert Worrell, minister to 
students, Calvary; Rev. Mark Gray, pastor New Horizon; Rev. Roger Math is, 
pastor Living Hope; Rev. Moses Yu, pastor Korean Church; Dr. Joe Giaritelli, 
pastor Lawndale; Rev. John Jarman, pastor Rankin. 

Moderator Brown called on Rev. Roger Barricks, associate pastor 
Summerfield First Baptist Church, to introduce the speaker of the hour to preach 
the doctrinal sermon Rev. Barricks gave an energetic introduction of his pastor, 
Dr. Deryl Holliday. He said Dr. Holliday has been pastor of their church for 
eight years and in that time the Sunday School has doubled and they have had 

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an increase of staff from two to five persons. 

Craig Saunders, minister of music/education and associate pastor of 
Calvary Baptist Church, brought a message in song. 

Dr. Deryl Holliday's message was "Faith For Our Future". His 
scripture was Hebrews 11:1-6. His question was, "Do we have the faith to face 
the new millennium"? He answered the question, "Yes we do because the Holy 
Spirit is in us". He said we need to go forward after we receive the faith. We 
have the kind of faith that we can look to the future. By faith we understand. 
In closing, he said the most important thing in life is to know God. We must 
exercise our faith by works as we face the new millennium. 

Moderator Brown asked if we had anyone visiting from the Baptist 
State Convention. Dr. Nealy, PBA staff, introduced Len Sasser, who spoke 
briefly. He said evangelism is the heartbeat of Baptist work. There are 
4,000,000 unchurched people in North Carolina. 

Moderator Brown asked Rev. Pat Cronin, host pastor, to give 
instructions and blessing for our meal. 

The morning session was adjourned. 

The afternoon session of the 105 th Annual Meeting was called to order 
by Moderator Thomas Brown. 

Rev. Ron Freeman, associational music director and minister of music 
of Summerfield First Baptist Church, encouraged us with a beautiful hymn sung 
with the ensemble from Summerfield Church. 

Anne Harrelson, member of Calvary Baptist Church, spoke about her 
church and their visitation program. She attended a seminar in Charlotte on 
Sunday School Strategy Training. Their church has several teams for visitation 
which consist of three people each. 

Conrad Wade, member of Sedgefield Baptist Church, spoke about the 
Faith Program and what the Faith Training Program has done for him. He said, 
"I am now knocking on doors and sharing Jesus. Faith Training has made me 
hungry for God's word. Lost people have become important to me". He said the 
Faith Training was inspiring. 

Ron Smith, Sr., member of Sedgefield Baptist Church, spoke on the 
Faith process and what it has done for him and his church. He encouraged 
everyone to get involved in Faith Training. 

Dene Malone, member of Cornerstone Baptist church, shared about her 
experience in the Faith work. She said a team from her church went to 
Spartanburg, South Carolina for Faith Training. They came back and shared 
with their church. They have six teams and are in the eleventh week of the 
sixteen week training program. She said eighteen people are participating in the 
Faith Training. Faith Training has built-up their Sunday School and keeping 
them focused. She related to several occasions that Faith Training helped them 
witness to people who accepted Christ as Saviour. She spoke about a visit to a 
home where she shared with them the Faith presentation. The parents and two 
children made decisions for Christ, She encouraged pastors to get their people 

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interested in the Great Commission. She encouraged people to commit 
themselves to the Faith Program. 

Moderator Brown called for miscellaneous business. 

Dee Willis, member of Lawndale Baptist Church and chairman of the 
PBA Christian Life Council, spoke about the work of the Council. He 
encouraged everyone to be concerned about social issues. Mr. Willis introduced 
John Flack, member of Sedgefield Baptist Church and the Christian Life 
Council. He said John wants to visit the churches and meet with leaders about 
getting a Christian Life Council for their church. 

Barry Nealy talked about helping the Hispanic Building Committee 
secure space for their congregation. They are presently meeting in Rolling 
Roads Baptist Church. The committee is divided into three task groups with 
Jimmy Sowers of Guilford Baptist Church as chairman of the steering 
committee. Task groups are: Property, Building, and Finance. The following 
persons agreed to serve: Barry Nealy, PBA staff; Property-Shirley Barricks, 
Summerfield First chairman; David Duarte, Hispanic Pastor; Larry Thompson, 
Immanuel; Barry McGugan, Cornerstone; Arnie Culbreth, Rocky Knoll; Joan 
Justice, Calvary; Tomasita Jacubowitz, Hispanic. Finance-Jerry Eades, 
Lawndale, chairman; J. D. Holder, Eller Memorial; Sam Bainbridge, Friendly 
Avenue; Al Lineberry, Greensboro First; Emperatriz Perez, Hispanic; Paul 
Crews, Rolling Roads; Alton Cook, Sharpe Road. Building- Jim Watson, Hunter 
Hills; Lawrence Clapp, South Elm Street; Neal Matthews, Northside; John 
Jarman, Rankin; Jose Delgado, Hispanic. 

Moderator Brown recognized Rev. Jim Fleet, member of Eller 
Memorial Baptist Church and chairman of the Resolutions Committee. Jim 
Fleet presented four resolutions for approval: 

Resolution #1 -Whereas the Friendly Avenue Baptist Church has 
extended the generous use of their facilities for the 105 th Annual Session of the 
Piedmont Baptist Association; And WHEREAS the Friendly Avenue Baptist 
Church has been a loyal supporter of the work of Our Lord through this 
Association; Be it therefore resolved that this delegation representing the 105 th 
Annual Session of the Piedmont Baptist Association sincerely thanks the pastor, 
staff and congregation of the Friendly Avenue Baptist Church for their Christian 
hospitality, kindness, courtesy and generosity. 

, Resolution #2-WHEREAS the Lord Jesus Christ rose from the dead on 
the first day of the week; And WHEREAS Sunday is a holy day, set aside for the 
worship and praise of the Lord God Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, and 
His Son, Jesus Christ; And WHEREAS customary Halloween activities directly 
interfere with established worship services; BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED 
that when the date of October 3 1 falls on a Sunday, all Halloween activities will 
be observed on another date. 

Resolution #3-WHEREAS the N. C. Legislature keeps bringing up the 
lottery: and WHEREAS gambling hurts the poor and low income people; and 
WHEREAS gambling is destructive of family life; Be it resolved the Piedmont 

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Baptist Association go on record opposing the lottery, and hold those legislators 
responsible at the ballot box who keep promoting the lottery. 

Resolution #4- We recommend the adoption of the following adaptation 
of the proclamation the Governor of North Carolina signed declaring 
Pornography Awareness Week. WHEREAS, the United States Supreme Court 
has ruled that obscenity is not protected speech under the First Amendment; and 
WHEREAS, there are Federal and state obscenity laws against illegal hardcore 
pornography to protect public safety, public health and public morality; and 
WHEREAS, these obscenity laws are grounded in contemporary community 
standards; and WHEREAS, pornography degrades and dehumanizes both female 
and male participants; and WHEREAS, pornography presents a false and 
distorted image of human sexuality, devoid of love, commitment and 
responsibility needed for success in marriage and families; and WHEREAS, 
much pornography features and promotes rape and other anti-social behavior in 
an era of increasing sexual violence and an epidemic of sexually transmitted 
diseases; and WHEREAS, so called "adult" pornography is commonly used by 
pedophiles to desensitize children and break down their resistance to sexual acts; 
and WHEREAS, children are increasingly molesting other children in imitation 
of what they have seen in pornography; and WHEREAS, Americans throughout 
this great nation will be participating in Pornography Awareness Week by 
displaying white ribbons as symbols of community standards of decency to be 
upheld by enforcement of the obscenity laws; NOW, THEREFORE, WE 
AFFIRM THE PROCLAMATION OF JAMES B. HUNT JR., Governor of the 
State of North Carolina, in declaring the week of October 3 1 -November 7, 1999, 
as "PORNOGRAPHY AWARENESS WEEK" in North Carolina, and urge our 
citizens to commend this observance. Submitted by the Resolutions Committee- 
Jim Fleet, Gene Lawhome, Larry Pugh 

The Resolutions were approved. 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon commended the churches for their good work 
during the past year. He gave a summary of the work with reference to baptisms 
and Sunday School attendance from the 1999 Book of Reports. He said he 
believed that prayer was a great factor in the churches good works. He said ten 
new missions have come into our Association during the time period of 1989- 
1999. 

Dr. Blackmon also said, ** We have done well, but we can do better. 
There is a spiritual hunger in America. Let us not be satisfied with what has 
happened in our churches in the past. Let us find the lost people. How serious 
are we going to be in reaching the lost for Jesus Christ?". 

He asked Rev. Jack Morris, associate pastor of Friendly Avenue 
Baptist Church, to speak on Sunday School. Rev. Morris encouraged each 
church to do three things next year-1) Start one new Sunday School Class, 2) 
Each class enroll two new members, 3) Each class raise average attendance one 
member more per class. Dr. Blackmon urged each church to work on improving 
their Sunday School attendance. 

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Roger Howerton, chairman of the Partnership Missions Committee and 
member of Central Baptist Church, gave his report with reference to the 1999 
Book of Reports. Since September the New Hampshire Partnership has had 
twenty-three baptisms. This year results in a total of one hundred forty-six 
baptisms. Since the PBA has become involved there have been seven new 
church starts. He challenged us to continue the on-going partnership with a 
renewed spirit for the coming year. 

The Moderator recognized the new officers for the coming year. 
Comments were made by Dr. Blackmon. 

Moderator Brown then recognized Rev. Otis Davis, pastor of New 
Bessemer Baptist Church, for the dedication of the Book of Reports. Rev. Davis 
moved that the 1999 Book of Reports be dedicated to the late Rev. Austin Lovin. 
The motion was seconded. Rev. Davis gave an in-depth background of Rev. 
Lovin' s life as a faithful servant of God. The motion unanimously passed. 

Rev. Joey Tomlin, pastor of Southeast Baptist Church, introduced Dr. 
David Crocker, first vice-president Baptist State Convention and pastor of 
Snyder Memorial Baptist Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Rev. Tomlin 
gave a brief history of Dr. Crocker's work in the ministry. 

The hymn "Glory to the Lamb" was sung by Summerfield First Baptist 
Church's ensemble. 

Dr. Crocker's scripture was from Exodus 4:1-5. He said his favorite 
subject is faith. He said a time comes when a person needs to look in and look 
out and ask, "Where am I going?" God asked Moses, "What is that in your 
hand?" Moses' staff represented the bad and good of his life. He said we need 
to ask ourselves, what has God placed in my hand? God gave Moses a staff for 
him to use. The staff became a tool for Moses. After his message, Dr. Crocker 
shared a video, Shared Leadership. 

In adjournment, Dr. Joe Giaritelli, pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church, 
dismissed with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford R. Smith, Clerk 



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PROCEEDINGS SEMI-ANNUAL MEETNG 
May 6, 1999 3:15 p.m.-8:00 p.m. 
Guilford Baptist Church 

The Moderator, Rev. Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Baptist 
Church, called the meeting to order and recognized the associate pastor of 
Guilford Baptist Church, the host church, Rev. Ron Prevatte. He welcomed 
the Association to their church and read the 100th. Psalm and then led in 
prayer. 

Rev. Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Baptist 
Church, moved that those messengers who had already registered and those 
who would later register, constitute the Piedmont Baptist Association for this 
Semi-Annual Meeting. The motion was approved. 

Rev. Mike Jones, chairman of the Program Committee and pastor of 
Eller Memorial Baptist Church, presented the printed program and moved that 
it be approved as the order of business for this meeting. The motion was 
approved. 

Rev. Gerald Primm, chairman of the Nominating Committee and 
interim pastor of Rocky Knoll Baptist Church, presented the Committee's 
report. He moved that the officers and directors be approved. The report was 
approved as presented. 

Dr. Barry Nealy, associate Director Of Missions Piedmont Baptist 
Association, gave a report on "Celebrate Jesus 2000". He stated that the 
challenge for "Celebrate Jesus 2000" is to present the gospel to every family by 
the end of the year 2000. 

Dr. Nealy called on three church members to give a report from their 
church. Lisa Harris, member of Hunter Hills Baptist Church, gave a report on 
their preparation for sharing Jesus. She stated that she prays on Thursday 
mornings from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. then she calls the next person to pray. 
She stated that the time of prayer had helped her to be persistent in her prayer 
life. She also prays for her pastor and her neighborhood. She was thankful for 
the opportunity to pray. 

In the absence of Karen Quick, member of Colfax Baptist Church, Dr. 
Nealy read a letter from her on how Colfax Church is preparing for "Celebrate 
Jesus 2000". She stated that several members of the church are meeting and 
praying for their neighborhood by name. The prayer sessions lasted several 
weeks before visitation started. 

Dr. Nealy encouraged our churches to take evangelism training and 
then have a promotional program. 

He then called on Rev. Terry Larsen, pastor of Calvary Baptist 
Church, to give a report on their preparation for "Celebrate Jesus 2000". He 
stated that their church leaders took the Faith Training Course that was held 
in Charlotte, North Carolina and their outreach has picked up since their 



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training. He stated that Faith Training works. 

In closing his report, Dr. Nealy urged our churches to train people to 
witness. He mentioned several types of materials that would help prepare for 
"Celebrate Jesus 2000". He then led in prayer. 

Rev. Ron Freeman, minister of music Summerfield First Baptist 
Church, led in two hymns, "Jesus Is The Sweetest Name I Know" and "O How 
He Loves You and Me" 

The Moderator called for miscellaneous business. 

James B. Fleet, Jr., member of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, made 
the following motion: 

"I move to urge the Personnel Committee to consider more deeply the 
placing of David Fleming to serve at the Guilford County Jail." 

The motion was seconded by Rev. Mike Jones. James Fleet spoke on 
the need of another chaplain at the Guilford County Sheriffs Department. 
Several people spoke on this motion. The Moderator called for a vote. The 
motion was approved thirty to twenty-one. The motion was referred to the 
Personnel Committee. 

With no other miscellaneous business, the Moderator called for the 
adoption of the Shubal Stearns Budget. 

Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer and member of Rolling 
Roads Baptist Church, presented the 1999-2000 Shubal Stearns Missions 
Budget. She gave the break-down of the $30,000 budget. A question from the 
floor was asked, "Why the International Students Budget was a large amount, 
$13,800?" It was explained that part of that amount was salary for the new 
position that Audrey Womack had filled. 

Another question was asked, "Why salary was not in the Personnel 
Budget?" Dr. Dennis Blackmon, Director of Missions, stated that in the past 
the budget could not always be met. A comment was made that in the past 
the International Student position was done by a volunteer. After a short 
discussion, the Shubal Stearns Budget was approved. Mrs. Vaughan thanked 
everyone for approval of the budget. 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon spoke about several people who have been 
involved in missionary work in Brazil. He asked for everyone to pray for the 
mission work. He also spoke about "Celebrate Jesus 2000." He said that 
baptisms are up in Piedmont Baptist Association and he believed the reason for 
this was the prayers of everyone. 

Dr. Blackmon spoke about the "Banquet of Fasting and Prayer" that 
would follow the afternoon session. This would be a spiritual Banquet of 
Prayer. He said that we needed dedicated prayer for the lost souls in Brazil 
and Korea. He commended the churches that have put priority on prayer in 
striving to do the will of God. He stated that in America we have been more 
concerned about feeding our body instead of our soul. If we want to have 
revival in America the answer is with us but we will have to pay the price. 

Ron Freeman led in a hymn, "We've A Story To Tell." 

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Water Thomas, member of Guilford Baptist Church, gave a 
supporting introduction to Dr. Richard Hipps, pastor of Guilford Baptist 
Church, who would preach the doctrinal sermon. 

Mr. Thomas said since Dr. Hipps had been at Guilford Baptist 
Church, they had grown in numbers as well as spiritually. The church has also 
been strongly involved in missionary work in Brazil. Mr. Thomas read 
scripture, Jeremiah 29: 1 - 1 1 . He then introduced Niander and Regina Winter, 
who brought the special music. Rev. Winter is pastor of Central Baptist 
Church in Brazil. Rev. Winter led in prayer in his native tongue. 

Dr. Richard Hipps began his message with a question, "Are you going 
to listen to me today?" He said before he left Brazil, someone read a verse for 
him, Jeremiah 29-1-1 1, which touched him. He told about his four year old 
daughter who became ill and died. Dr. Hipps brought a message of reality on 
the sovereignty of God. He said if God is sovereign, all things will turn out 
right. Job teaches that things happen in our life which we cannot understand. 
He said that he has learned three lessons from the scripture reading- we must 
learn the point that we have to accept the hard facts of life; life goes on even 
with the hard facts of life; and trust in God and appreciate the plans of hope. 
Some day we will see plans of God fulfilled. His final word, "Carry on 
Pilgrim!" 

Mary Lou Holoman, member of Day Star Baptist Church, dismissed 
the afternoon session with prayer. 

After the "Banquet of Fasting and Prayer", the evening session began 
with a song, "More Than Anything", provided by Ron Freeman and the quartet 
from Summerfield First Baptist Church. 

Rev. Ron Prevatte, associate pastor or Guilford Baptist Church, 
welcomed everyone to the evening session of the Semi-Annual Meeting. 

Moderator Thomas Brown called on Rev. Ken Clark, chairman of the 
Credentials Committee and pastor of Central Baptist Church, to present their 
report. Rev. Clark presented Bethany Baptist Church under watchcare of 
Piedmont Baptist Association to be constituted in November of 1999. He 
explained that this request was less time than the normal one year waiting 
period. After a brief discussion, this request was approved. Rev. Clark stated 
that the less than normal waiting period was just for this time only. In the 
future, the one year waiting period will be in effect. 

The third church that Rev. Clark presented for membership to the 
Piedmont Baptist Association was the New Horizon Church. Since the one 
year waiting period was complete, New Horizon Church was accepted as a 
constituted church. 

Theme Interpretation was presented by Susan Jones, member of Eller 
Memorial Baptist Church. The title of the sketch was, "Get Your Just 
Reward." The theme was patterned after "Price is Right." There is a reward 
to those who volunteer their service to Jesus Christ. 

Rev. Ron Freeman led in a hymn, "L et Others See Jesus In You." 

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Rev. Mike Jones introduced Rev. Gerald Primm, retired pastor of 
Eller Memorial Baptist Church and interim pastor of Rocky Knoll Baptist 
Church. 

Special music was provided by Summerfield First Baptist Church 
quartet, "I Will Be Christ To You." 

Rev. Gerald Primm brought a message on the "Value of Looking 
Back." He used Psalm 44:1 , "We have heard with our ears, O God, our 
fathers have told us, what work thou didst in their days, in the times of old." 
"Look back to what God has done for all of us. Look back to the cross. Look 
back to the Bible." Rev. Primm brought a valuable and interesting message on 
"Looking Back." 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon spoke on missions volunteers and testimonies. 
He recognized Rev. Manuel Cunnup and his wife, Ruth. He thanked Rev. 
Cunnup for all his work and contribution to the Piedmont Baptist Association 
while he was Director of Missions. 

Dr. Blackmon spoke on the work of volunteers and their contribution 
to multihousing, housing for homeless, crisis center, international students, 
and jail ministry. 

Sandy Nail, member of Guilford Baptist Church, introduced Flecia 
and James Moore of Guilford Baptist Church. Flecia told how Sandy Nail 
became a friend and helped her family to become Christians. Through 
Guilford Baptist Church they became strong in the Lord. 

Curry Murray, member of Immanuel Baptist Church and 
International Student Ministry Council, introduced Chin Ling an international 
student. She gave her testimony that when she came to America last year she 
didn't know God. She wondered why people were so kind. Through the 
International Student Ministry and the Baptist Student Union, she became a 
Christian. 

Dr. Blackmon stated that during the last few months, twenty 
international students have accepted Christ. 

Chaplain David Fleming introduced several people who had helped 
him as volunteers at Sandy Ridge Prison. He also introduced people whom he 
had worked with at the Department of Corrections. 

Dr. Blackmon presented David with a plaque for his eighteen years 
of dedicated service in the prison ministry. Rev. Fleming gave his testimony 
and his call as a chaplain. 

An invitation of commitment was given for anyone who would like 
to commit themselves for volunteer service. 

Moderator Thomas Brown gave final instructions. The benediction 
and adjournment was given by Rev. Rev. John Jarman, pastor of Rankin 
Baptist Church. A reception for David Fleming followed the evening session. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford R. Smith, Clerk 

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EXECUTIVE BOARD MINUTES 



February 15, 1999 

The Executive Board Meeting was held in the fellowship hall of 
Immanuel Baptist Church on February 15, 1999 at 12:00. 

Larry Thompson, interim pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, 
welcomed everyone. 

Moderator, Thomas Brown, and pastor ofNorthside Baptist Church, 
called the meeting to order and then asked Larry Thompson to read Scripture 
and lead in prayer. 

Rev. Thompson read from 1 Peter, Chapter 2, Verse 9 and then led 
in prayer. 

Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Baptist 
Church, presented minutes of the Executive Board Meeting of August 17, 
1 998 and the 1 04th. Annual Meeting, November 5, 1 998. He asked everyone 
to look over the minutes and if there were no corrections or questions that 
the minutes be approved as presented. The minutes were seconded and 
approved as printed. 

The finance report was presented by Monica Vaughan, associational 
treasurer and member of Rolling Roads Baptist Church. With no questions, 
she moved that the report be approved. It was seconded and approved. 

The Finance Committee recommended that Chaplain David 
Fleming receive $ 1 0,000 severance pay* Due to Sandy Ridge Prison Unit 
closing his position there was terminated. After some discussion, Don 
Shelton, pastor of Willomore Baptist Church, made a motion to approve the 
recommendation. Bobby Matthews, member ofNorthside Baptist Church, 
seconded the motion and it was approved. 

Moderator, Thomas Brown, presented the Personnel Needs Study 
Committee Report: 

"In August, 1998, the Piedmont Baptist Association appointed the Personnel 
Needs Study Subcommittee with the purpose of doing a study of the 
personnel needs of the PBA. Three listening sessions were held and were 
open to all members of PBA churches. After considering the information 
gathered at the listening sessions and from several committee meetings, the 
Committee has processed the needs into four categories: 1) Chaplaincy 
Ministry 2) Church and Community Ministry 3) Church Planting 4) 
Student Ministries. 

Chaplaincy Ministry: We feel the following should be considered 
concerning the Chaplaincy Ministry: No new personnel be added at this 
time. We enlist volunteers from our churches who will be trained by 
chaplains. These volunteers would assist in areas where practical. Steve 
Walsh and Thomas Brown 

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Church and Community Ministry: During the listening sessions 
many people expressed concern about the need for church members to 
become involved with those of special needs. It was suggested that a Church 
and Community Ministry Director be employed full-time or part-time to help 
church members become involved in areas of social need in our community 
with the goal to help meet physical and spiritual needs. This person would 
identify areas of need, solicit volunteers to meet these needs and provide 
training. Jill Foster and Joey Tomlin 

Church Planting: The Baptist State Convention has set forth the 
area of church planting as one of its top priorities. We would like to ask that 
a detailed study be done to determine the top five priorities for church starts 
through a demographic study, pastor input, and going before God in prayer. 
There is funding available through the North American Mission Board as 
well as the Baptist State Convention to help churches in this area. Our study 
has led us to look specifically at two scenarios: 1. A church planter who 
could either be full or part-time. This person would plant a church with the 
possibility of becoming the pastor; or, after two years, he would turn the 
church over to another pastor. This person could also help a church develop 
a core group in training, preparing, and launching a church plant. 2. 
Seminary students could be used in church planting receiving two years 
credit as a part of their education. We would like to ask that a committee do 
a detailed study of both priorities, places, demographics, etc. and the two 
options to determine the best for our Association in church planting. We 
would suggest the following individuals form the core of this committee- 
Terry Larsen, Deryl Holliday, Mark Gray, Jeff Chetwood along with Barry 
Nealy from the PBA. Donree Howerton and Michael Barrett 

Student Ministries: We believe that the college campuses in our 
county should be seen as an open mission field. We recognize and are 
thankful for the work that has been done both by the BSU organization and 
some of the local PBA churches while at the same time we sense a need for 
a greater work to be accomplished in reaching college students. 

In assessing the needs in this area, we have contacted the Baptist 
State Convention Evangelism Department, the coordinator of Volunteer 
Student Ministries, and the BSU Director at UNCG. (We are aware that 
Geneva Metzger at UNCG is planning to retire soon and have been assured 
by the BSC that the position will be filled to continue the BSU ministry.) We 
hope to have a diagram of the Convention's proposal regarding effective 
student ministries to present at the Executive Board Meeting. 

We would desire that each church have a part in this ministry. We 
think this would best be accomplished through discovering the churches 
presently involved in ministry on the college campuses. Once we have 
discovered these churches, we would then set up a council with one member 
from each involved church along with a staff representative from the PBA 
as an ex-officio member. At the time the new BSU director is appointed, 

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he/she would become an ex-officio member of the council. This council 
would seek training for each church wishing to become involved in college 
campus ministry and would organize to assist other churches to get involved. 

To begin the process we would seek to set up an interim committee 
with representatives from the churches currently ministering on the college 
campuses for the purpose of studying recommended structure, training, etc. 
in order to have the most effective ministry. Ernestine Smith and Michael 
Barrett" 

Thomas Brown discussed how the Committee worked on the 
recommendations. He then asked 

if anyone had any questions or input on the report. There was none. 

The Missions Development Council report was presented by Barry 
Nealy, associate director of missions. 

He stated that there had been three new church starts since April 
1998. 1) New Horizon, started April, 1998, pastored by Mark Gray. The 
Church is temporarily meeting at Southeast Middle School. 2) Calvary 
Fellowship started November 1, 1998, pastored by Jeff Chetwood. The 
church is meeting in Southwest High School and is sponsored by Calvary 
Baptist Church (Pilot Mountain Association) and Guilford Baptist Church 
(Piedmont Association). 3) Korean Mission, started January 1, 1999, 
pastored by Moses Yu. The church is sponsored by Greensboro First Baptist 
Church and is meeting in First Baptist Church. 

Although these new church starts have sponsoring churches, the 
PBA also provides funding: $4,000 to New Horizon, $4,000 to Calvary 
Fellowship and $6,000 to the Korean Mission. Dr. Nealy also spoke about 
other ministries that the PBA provides-Homeless Housing, Crisis Center, 
International Student, and Chaplaincy. 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon, director of missions, spoke on partnership 
mission work. He stated that the International Mission Board had put a hold 
on the Venezuela mission trip and are now putting emphasis on the 
Honduras work. Baptist State Convention is continuing to try to get sixteen 
teams of two people per team to go to Venezuela. Approximate cost for the 
trip is $1,300 and for the Honduras trip $750. Dr. Blackmon spoke on new 
church starts. He stated this work is needed to win souls to Jesus Christ. He 
said the Hispanic and Vietnamese ministries are almost self-supporting now. 
He shared information how God was blessing the new work and there are 
great opportunities for reaching people to Jesus Christ. 

Dr. Blackmon said that in the last two years our churches have had 
over eight hundred baptisms. He asked people to pray for the new work and 
for the Committees. 

In the absence of WMU president, Betty Roberts, her husband Ed 
Roberts gave a brief report. 

He stated that the WMU meeting would be February 16th. at Florida Street 

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Baptist Church. Three hundred thirty-five people had already registered. 

At this time Jim Fleet, member of Eller Memorial Church, made a 
motion. He moved that Chaplain David Fleming be transferred to the 
Guilford County Sheriffs Department as Chaplain. Moderator, Thomas 
Brown, ruled the motion out of order. Jim Fleet questioned the Moderator's 
decision. Rev. Brown said his decision was based on the feet that the 
Personnel Needs Study Committee had not finished their work. That at the 
next meeting, he would allow Mr. Fleet to make the motion. 

Audrey Womack, church and community ministries director, gave 
the International Student Ministry report. She stated that tutors were needed 
for Chinese students. At this time the Moderator stated that host churches 
were needed for the Semi-Annual on May 6, 1999 and for the Executive 
Board Meeting August 16, 1999. 

Rev. Brown asked for prayer for the following: Dot Dowd, wife of 
retired pastor Rev. Victor Dowd, Rev. Austin Lovin, Rev. Otis Davis, and 
Sanford Smith. 

Rev. Reginald Cook, associate pastor of Outreach Baptist Church, 
gave a report on the progress of their church. 

Moderator Thomas Brown gave a list of committee members for the 
following: Chaplaincy Ministry- Reginald Cook, Alton Cook, WofFord Boyd, 
Ralph Webb, and Dennis Blackmon. Church and Community Ministry- Joey 
Tomlin, Roy Carter, Mike Jones, Andrew Royals, and Audrey Womack. 
Church Planting-Terry Larsen, Deryl Holliday, Mark Gray, Mark Chetwood, 
and Barry Nealy. Student Ministries-Ernestine Smith, need names of all 
churches and personnel who are involved in student ministries. 

The Moderator gave a special thanks to Immanuel Baptist Church 
for hosting the Executive Board Meeting. 

Joey Tomlin, pastor Southeast Baptist Church, led in the closing 

prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford R. Smith, Clerk 

August 30, 1999 

The Executive Board Meeting was held in the fellowship hall of 
Rocky Knoll Baptist Church at 12:00 on August 30, 1999. 

The meeting was called to order by the moderator, Rev. Thomas 
Brown. He called on Rev. Gerald Primm, interim pastor of Rocky Knoll 
Church, who welcomed everyone and read scripture from the third book of 
John. His thought was from verse 5: "That we need to help each other". 
Rev. Primm led in prayer. 

Rev. Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax 
Baptist Church, presented the previous minutes for approval. After review, 
the minutes were approved as presented. 

The financial report was presented by Monica Vaughan, treasurer 
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and member Rolling Roads Baptist Church. Monica stated that the receipts 
for the month were good. She also stated that the reserve account was 
funded. This report was approved. 

Monica presented the proposed budget for the year 2000. There was 
a question concerning where Audrey Womack's salary was budgeted. 
Monica stated her salary was moved from Shubal Stearns budget to staff 
salaries. She explained that this year's budget will be 8.8% higher than last 
year. Audrey's salary was part-time and the Baptist State Convention has 
also hired her to work with UNCG as interim BSU Director. 

Moderator Brown called for the vote and the Executive Board 
approved recommending the budget to the Association for its approval. The 
final approval will come at the Annual Meeting in November. 

Rev. Brown called on Rev. Otis Davis, Chairman and pastor of New 
Bessemer Baptist Church, to give the Personnel Committee report. Rev. 
Davis said there was no report since they had not made any decisions. He 
said he would speak on the work of the Personnel Committee. He said he 
had requested that the Personnel Committee and the Special Personnel Study 
Committee have a combined meeting. The Personnel Committee's hands 
were tied until the Special Personnel Study Committee could finish their 
work. The Moderator stated that the Committee needed input from the 
people. 

The Moderator requested that the Special Personnel Study 
Committee take until November to complete their work. The Committee will 
give a report at the November meeting. 

Moderator Brown stated that Audrey Womack is director of the 
International Student Ministry Council. He gave more input on this work. 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon, director of missions for PBA, gave detailed 
information on the Baptist Student Ministry at UNCG. He stated that Audrey 
was working in this ministry until the Baptist State Convention appoints a 
Baptist Student Union Campus Minister 

The Moderator asked for a motion to approve this work. There was 
a motion, a second and the motion was approved. 

Moderator Brown brought up the subject of the Temple Baptist 
Church property which had been given to the Piedmont Baptist Association. 
Dr. Blackmon gave some information about the August 5th. meeting that 
was held at Temple Church. 

Moderator Brown appointed eight people to be on the Advisory 
Committee (Ad-Hoc) to recommended what to do with this property: 
Thomas Brown, Ken Clark, Paul Crews, Jim Stagg, Barry Nealy, Michael 
Barrett, Steve Walsh, Mark Gray. The Ad-Hoc Committee will work with 
the core group. 

Dr. Alton Cook, pastor of Sharpe Road Baptist Church, asked the 
question, "Who is the core group?". Dr. Blackmon said the core group was 
comprised of a few members still at Temple Baptist Church. He explained 

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how Temple Church came to present their property to PBA. 

With no other questions, Moderator Brown called for a vote to 
approve the Advisory Committee. 

Moderator Thomas Brown stated that a committee was needed to 
help the Hispanic Baptist Church locate property for the purpose of building 
and to advise the church. Some people volunteered in addition to those who 
were appointed: Neal Matthews, Jim Watson, Paul Crews, Barry McOugan, 
J. D. Holder, Sam Bainbridge, Arnold Culbreth, Larry Thompson, Lawrence 
Clapp, Joan Justice, Al Lineberry, Shirley Barricks, Jimmy Sowers, Jerry 
Eades, Alton Cook, John Jarman. 

A motion was made that the names presented be approved as the official 
committee. A motion was made, seconded and approved. 

Dr. Blackmon shared information in the forming of the Hispanic 
Church. Five years ago, David Duarte came to Greensboro to start a 
Hispanic work. They have used space in several churches, but have 
outgrown these spaces. He stated it is time the Association help the Hispanic 
work to secure their own building for worship and we need to have a broad 
spectrum in accompanying this need. 

It was mentioned that a Seventh Day Adventist Church was for sale. 
Also another building was for sale. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial 
Church, made a suggestion that information on the Hispanic work be given 
to pastors to see if members of their churches would volunteer to work with 
David Duarte. This suggestion was made as a motion, seconded and 
approved. 

Ray Mason, member of Stevens Memorial Baptist Church and 
Crisis Center volunteer, said more volunteers are desperately needed for the 
Crisis Center. She said six years ago that the Executive Board voted to fund 
this ministry and it has helped has helped many people. 

Moderator Brown recognized Rocky Knoll Church for hosting the 
Executive Board Meeting and for providing a delicious meal. 

It was mentioned that Rev. Roy Thornberry was in the hospital and 
needed our prayers. 

Dr. Wilson Stewart, pastor of Northeast Church, and Seminary 
Extension Course teacher, stated that eleven courses have been taught in the 
Seminary Extension classes. They have had fifteen people enrolled since the 
classes began. 

Other announcements were made: Northside Baptist church as a 
youth pastor, Rev. Bobby Lewis, Jr.; Rev. Ralph Webb's wife, Merlie, needs 
our prayers; Rev. Richard Kidd, is interim pastor at Florida Street Baptist 
Church; pray for Chaplain Reginald Cook's father-in-law who is scheduled 
for by-pass surgery. 

Audrey Womack gave a praise report. She stated that over one 
hundred students have made decisions for Christ. Many churches have 
helped in this ministry. 

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Moderator Thomas Brown announced that the Annual Meeting 
would be November 4, 1999,9:15 a.m. -3 :00 p.m. at Friendly Avenue Baptist 
Church. 

He called on Rev. Mark Gray, pastor of New Horizon Church, to 
dismiss the meeting with prayer. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford R. Smith, Clerk 



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CONSTITUTION OF 
PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 



ARTICLE 1 
NAME AND PURPOSE 

Section 1. The name of the Association is PIEDMONT BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Section 2. The purpose of the Association is to proclaim the Gospel of 

Jesus Christ by developing and promoting programs to assist the effectiveness 
of the churches in their mission in cooperation with the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE 11 
QUALIFICATION OF MEMBER CHURCHES 

Section 1. A church admitted to membership in this Association shall 

be a Church which shall cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, be 
recommended by the Credentials Committee and whose membership shall con- 
sist of believers baptized by immersion only. 

Section 2. Unless it shall be a member of this Association upon the date 

of adoption of this Constitution, a Church to be admitted as a member of this 
Association shall apply for membership by submitting a statement over the 
signature of its pastor and clerk that the Church intends to cooperate with the 
Southern Baptist Convention and the Association and that its members have 
been baptized by immersion only. The Credentials Committee shall use as its 
basic guide in examining the Church the "Baptist Faith and Message" as 
adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. Upon 
recommendation by the Credentials Committee of the Association and upon a 
vote of at least two-thirds of the messengers voting at a meeting of the 
Association, a church, or mission shall be admitted under the watchcare of the 
Association. The church or mission may after one year, if recommended by the 
Credentials Committee, be received into the full fellowship of the Association. 
Section 3. Each member church shall retain its autonomy, but if the 

Credentials Committee of the Association shall determine that a member 
church has ceased to cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, the 
Baptist State Convention and/or the Association, or has admitted members not 
baptized by immersion only, upon recommendation of the Credentials 
Committee at a meeting of the Association and upon a vote of at least two- 
thirds of the messengers voting at such meeting, a member church may be 
expelled from membership in the Association. No person serving the 
Association in any capacity shall be qualified to continue in office if the 
member church of which he is a member is expelled. 



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ARTICLE III 
MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Section 1 . The Association shall meet at least once per year. The annual 

meeting shall begin on the last Thursday of October, unless the Executive 
Board of the Association shall decide upon a different date for the meeting and 
notify each member church at least thirty (30 ) days in advance of the different 
date. 

Section 2. Special meetings of the Association may be convened by the 

Moderator if the Executive Board shall give prior approval and written notice 
shall be given to the member churches at least ten days prior to the special 
meeting. 

Section 3. The representation of the member churches at annual or 

special meetings of the Association shall be by messengers. Each member 
church shall be entitled to send to a meeting of the Association as messengers, 
the pastor, one (1) additional staff member and not less than six (6) of its other 
members. Each church shall be entitled to one ( 1 ) additional member for each 
200 members of that church above 300 members. Churches are encouraged to 
send as many of their Executive Board representatives as possible to serve as 
messengers. 

Section 4. Meetings of the Association and of the Executive Board shall 

be conducted in accordance with parliamentary rules of order as set forth in the 
latest edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE IV 
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Section I, The officers of the Association are a Moderator, a Vice 

Moderator, a Clerk, and a Treasurer. The Association may elect an Assistant 
Clerk, an Assistant Treasurer and a Parliamentarian, if any is deemed 
necessary. 

Section 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the annual 
meeting of the Association and shall assume their duties upon the adjournment 
of the annual meeting and hold office until they are replaced by the Association. 
No person may be elected Moderator for more than two successive terms. 
Section 3. The duties of the officers shall include but are not limited to 

the following: 

(a) The Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board. 

(b) The Vice Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board at the request of or in 
the absence of the Moderator at any such meeting. 

(c) The Clerk shall record the proceedings of the Association and the 
Executive Board at all their meetings and shall deliver all notices required by 
the Constitution or directed to be given by the presiding officer. 

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(d) The Treasurer shall receive and disburse the funds of the Association as 
directed by the Association or the Executive Board and shall keep accounts of 
his transactions and present an accurate account of same to the annual meeting 
of the Association and as directed by the Executive Board. 

ARTICLE V 
THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Section 1 . The Executive Board shall be composed of the officers of the 

Association, not more than nine (9) members of each church ( which shall 
include the Pastor, one (1) other staff person, the Sunday School Director, the 
WMU Director, the Brotherhood Director, Chairman of Deacons, and 
Chairman of Finance Committee, and such other number elected by each 
member church necessary to bring the total number of members to nine (9), 
each director or coordinator of each division of the Association and the Director 
of Missions or any other staff member of the Association as ex-officio member 
without voting power. 

Section 2. The Executive Board shall meet at least four times a year or 
in special meeting called by the Moderator upon at least seven days prior 
notice to each of its members. 

Section 3 . The Executive Board has authority to act for the Association 

except as limited by this Constitution between each meeting of the Association, 
whether annual or special, and is responsible for election of the Director of 
Missions of the Association and administration of the Association's business as 
governed by the By-Laws of the Association. 

ARTICLE VI 
LEGAL TITLE TO PROPERTY 

Recognizing that the Piedmont Baptist Association is incorporated, 
and that by law the corporation holds title to its property and further 
recognizing that by law all corporations are required to have officers designated 
as President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, the following officers as 
set forth in Article IV of the Constitution are to serve as officers of the 
Corporation in the following capacities: 

Moderator - President 
Vice Moderator - Vice President 
Clerk - Secretary 
Treasurer - Treasurer 



The signatures of the Moderator and Clerk, acting as President and Secretary 
of the Corporation, shall be required as the means to affect the transfer of 
property owned by the Corporation. The Association shall authorize any 
transfer of real property. Should action of trustees be legally required for any 

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reason in the future, the Moderator and Clerk are hereby designated as trustees. 

ARTICLE VII 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . This constitution may be amended by at least two-thirds vote 

of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
proposed amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the churches not 
less than twenty (20) days before the convening of the annual meeting and the 
proposed amendment is read to the Executive Board as information in its 
meeting prior to the annual meeting. 

Section 2. This Constitution may be amended by at least two thirds 
majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association, provided 
that the proposed amendment is moved for passage by the Executive Board and 
that notice of the proposed amendment including all its provisions has been 
delivered to each member church not less than twenty (20) days before the 
special meeting convenes. 



BY-LAWS 
OF 

PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 

ARTICLE 1 
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 

Section 1. Ultimate authority of the Association shall reside in the 

Association duly assembled by majority vote of the duly elected messengers at 
such meeting, provided that a quorum shall be present and voting. A quorum 
shall be at least one (1) messenger from at least 25% of the then member 
churches. 

Section 2. The Executive Board shall have the authority and 

responsibility provided for in the Constitution, Article V Section 3. It may 
establish such committees as may be necessary to accomplish its 
responsibilities. Each member of any such committee shall be a member in 
good standing of one of the member churches in the Association. Upon election 
of Director of Missions for the Association by majority vote, the Executive 
board shall retain the services of the Director of Missions under a contract 
which shall include a specific description of the duties, responsibilities and 
other terms of employment. If there shall be a vacancy in the position of 
Director of Missions, the Executive Board shall appoint a Search Committee 
which shall seek, recommend and nominate to the Executive Board a candidate 
or candidates for Director of Missions from which nomination or nominations 



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the Executive Board shall elect Director of Missions who shall hold office at the 
pleasure of the Executive Board and in accordance with the contract of 
employment. 

Section 3 . The Director of Missions shall be the Chief Executive of the 
Association and shall report to and be directly responsible to the Executive 
Board. The Director of Missions shall be responsible for the proper function of 
all departments and committees of the Association and shall be a member of all 
such committees, ex-officio. The Director of Missions shall plan and develop 
the programs and objectives of the departments and divisions of the Association 
and shall advise, consult with and counsel the committees, departments and 
divisions to facilitate the attainment of their goals. 

Section 4. An Associational council shall be presided over by the 

Director of Missions and shall be composed of the Directors or Coordinators of 
each of the four (4) divisions (Administration ,Church Development, Christian 
Ministries, Denominational and Public Affairs) together with the officers of the 
Association, Directors of Departments and Ministries. The Council shall be 
responsible for planning and coordinating the work of the committees, 
divisions, departments, ministries, and calendaring the events, meetings and 
other work of the Association to assure the effectiveness of the four divisions. 
Section 5. There shall be four (4) divisions of the Association each to be 
headed by a Director or Coordinator who shall be responsible for guidance of 
the work of his or her respective division as follows: 

1 . Division of Administration. It shall be composed of the committees of the 
Association which have administrative duties, including but not limited to 
committees for credentials, finance, auditing, constitutional revision, 
properties, personnel, nominating, on committees, arrangements for meetings, 
ordinations, resolutions, and program. The work of this division shall be 
'guided and coordinated by the Administrative Assistant. This person may be 
a paid staff member. 

II. Division of Church Development. It shall be composed of departments 
designed to edify the member churches in membership, education, and 
proclamation, including but not limited to departments for Sunday School, 
Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music, 
Evangelism, Stewardship, Youth, Senior Citizens, Recreation and TACMO. 
The Director of this division may at the pleasure of the Executive Board, be 
retained at salary under contract. Each of the departments shall be headed by 
a Director and all of the Directors of the departments shall constitute a Council 
to advise and consult with the Director of the Division. 

III. Division of Christian Ministries. It shall be composed of ministries of the 
Association which are designed to meet human needs in the bounds of our 
Association. These shall include but not be limited to: Church Extension, 
Chaplaincy, Literacy, International Students, Vietnamese Mission and 
Resettlement, the Director of this division may, at the pleasure of the 



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Executive Board, be retained at salary under contract. 
IV. Division of Denominational and Public Affairs. It shall be composed of 
committees related to the institutions and agencies of the North Carolina State 
Baptist Convention and/or the Southern Baptist Convention including but not 
limited to Children's Home, Baptist Hospital, Homes for Aging, Christian 
Education, Cooperative Program, Christian Literature, Christian Life and 
Public Affairs, Radio and Television Commission, Baptist World Alliance, 
Foreign Missions, Home Missions, and State Missions. The Coordinator of this 
division shall represent the Association in contacts with the official 
representatives of any and all such agencies. 

The Director or Coordinator of each division shall report the work of his or 
her division to the Executive Board at its regular meeting. 
Section 6. The Chairman and each member of each committee of the 

Association shall be a member in good standing of one of the member churches 
of the Association. Each member of each committee of the Association shall 
be elected at the Annual Meeting of the Association and shall begin his or her 
duties on 1 November thereafter. The members of all committees shall be 
elected so as to serve terms enabling one member to rotate off the committee 
and be replaced each year. Replacements of committee members who shall 
cease to serve during the term shall be made by the Executive Board. 
Section 7. The Committee on Committees shall be composed of at least 

five members appointed by the Moderator and approved by the messengers 
attending the last session of the Annual Meeting. It shall be responsible for 
submitting nominations of persons to serve on the administrative committees 
of the Association set forth in Article II of this Constitution. 

ARTICLE II 
STANDING COMMITTEES 

The Association shall elect, at the Annual Meeting, the Standing Committees 
set forth in this Article, which shall serve for a term of three years, with the 
exception of those being nominated to fill an unexpired term. 

(a) Finance Committee: It shall be composed of six or more persons, 
including the Treasurer and Vice-Moderator of the Association, which shall be 
responsible for the original preparation of the budget, reviewing the financial 
statements and making a report thereof as required to the officers of the 
Association or to the Executive Board. 

(b) Auditing Committee: It shall be composed of two or more members, and 
shall be responsible for auditing the financial records and making a report to 
the Association. 

(c) Ordination Committee: It shall be composed of at least six ordained 
ministers of the member churches of the Association and shall be available to 
counsel with and assist any of the churches of the Association as to any person 
seeking ordination. 



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(d) Credentials Committee: It shall be composed of at least nine (9) 
members and shall investigate applications for and recommend to the 
Association action upon affiliation by any church applying within the 
Association's area. It shall also consider and recommend to the Association 
action with respect to any withdrawal of affiliation of any member church from 
the Association. It shall be responsible for investigating and recommending to 
the Association any question regarding the seating of messengers to any annual 
or special meeting of the Association. 

(e) Constitution Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) 
members and be responsible for considering and recommending action to the 
Association with respect to any change in the Constitution or By-Laws of the 
Association. 

(f) Personnel Committee: The Personnel Committee shall be composed of the 
officers of the Association and at least three members recommended by the 
Committee on Committees. The Committee shall make recommendations of 
persons who shall be retained by the Association under contract of employment 
with the exception of the Director of Missions and those who may be retained 
for a period of less than three months. 

(g) Nominating Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) members. 
It shall recommend to the April meeting of the Executive Board all directors of 
departments and ministries for election to terms of service beginning at the 
adjournment of the following October Annual Meeting. 

This committee also will nominate to the Annual Meeting names of persons 
to serve as Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer and Historian. 

This committee will also recommend to the Executive Board persons to fill 
unexpired terms of positions listed to be nominated by the Committee. 

(h) Program Committee: It shall be composed of at least four (4) members and 
shall develop and coordinate the program for any meeting of the Association 
and in cooperation with the Executive Board shall designate the place of 
meetings of the Association and arrange with the person to present the annual 
sermon to the Annual Meeting of the Association. 

(i) Resolutions Committee: It shall be composed of at least three (3) members 
and shall develop or review and coordinate presentation of any resolution to be 
presented to the Association for adoption. 

Committees of the Association, whether standing or special, ad hoc 
committees shall meet as frequently as necessary to effect their duties. The 
Chairman of each Committee shall cause to be given at least 48 hours prior 
notice to the committee members of any meeting of the committee. 

ARTICLE III 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1. These By-Laws may be amended by at least two-thirds vote 



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of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the messengers prior to the 
vote thereon. 

Section 2. These By-Laws may be amended by at least a two-thirds 
majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association provided that 
the proposed amendment has been distributed in writing to the messengers prior 
to the vote thereon and provided further that a proposed amendment shall have 
been delivered to each member church not less than twenty days before the 
special meeting convenes. 

Constitution and By-Laws adopted on May 19, 1980 

Article V, Section 1, 3; Article VII Section 1; By-Laws Article 1 Section 2, 3, 
4. 5 Amended Sessions, October 23, 1980. 



By-Laws Article 1 Section 4, 5, 7; Article II, first Paragraph, (f), (g), Amended 
Sessions, October 29 and 30, 1987. 



Article II Section 2, 3; Article VII Section 1, Amended Sessions, October 27 
and 28, 1988. 

Article VI; By-Laws Article 1, Section 5, Sub-Section 1, Amended Sessions, 
November 2, 1989. 

Article III Section 3; Article V Section 1; Article V Section 2; Article VI; By- 
Laws Article II Paragraph (a), Amended Sessions, May 5, 1994. 



Total Receipts 
Bank 

BaptistStateCon 
Church Receipts 
Other 

Tax Refund 



ANNUAL SUMMARY 
1/1/99 Through 12/31/99 

$4,749.64 
$4,182.85 
$349,625.29 

$200.00 

$361.28 



TOTAL INCOME $359, 1 1 9.06 



EXPENSES 

.1 Missions 
01 Sunday Sch 

03 Baptist Men 

04 WMU 

05 Music 

07 Evangelism 
14 Paston Con 

16 Conv Conf 

17 Car Dir 

17.1 Chap Conf. 

18 Car Chap 

19 Supplies 

20 Postage 

21 Telephone 

22 Equip Main 

23 Utilities 

24 Janitorial 

25 Build Main 

26 Insurance 

29 Library. 

30 Annual Meet 

31 Admin Cont 

32 Director 

33 Assoc Dir 

34 Secretary 

35 P T Office W 

36 Insurance os 

37 Annuity os 

38 Social Sec 

40 Assoc Chap 

41 Chap Prison 

42 Chap Police 

43 Insurance C 

44 Annuity C 

45 Workman 

46 Christmas G 
50 Misc 



$3,467.33 
$772.35 
$122.60 
$1,903.44 
$156.75 
$302.72 
$607.60 
$1,211.73 
$2,690.10 
$181.87 
$983.44 
$3,387.56 
$5,708.47 
$3,188.50 
$6,785.77 
$4,196.60 
$3,164.34 
$3,125.16 
$5,213.50 
$94.93 
-$135.00 
$985.95 
$55,724.98 
$44,705.49 
$21,204.27 
$10,342.01 
$8,800.00 
$17,103.54 
$2,836.89 
$27,000.05 
$16,145.54 
$39,981.72 
$11,723.28 
$8,722.50 
$1,145.25 
$2,777.44 
$47.40 



TOTAL EXPEN $316,376.07 



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Church Receipts: 


Arabic 


t^nrt AA 

$300. 00 


Bethany 


$1,071.27 


Brandt Oaks 


$797.32 


Calvary 


$16,649.01 


Camp Herman 


d* 4 ocn An 

$1,650.00 


Central 


$8,925.00 


Clifton Road 


as o AAA r\ <"\ 

$3,933.00 


Colfax 


(f> *\ j c /*\ A A 

$3,150.24 


Cornerstone 


$18,917.31 


DayStar 


$500.00 


Eller Memorial 


$10,000.08 


Florida 


$1,000.00 


Friendly Ave 


$17,551.93 


Friendship 


$225.00 


Gate City 


$2,250.00 


Gethsemane 


$285.75 


Gibsonville 


$6,642.74 


Good News 


* 4 AAA A A 

$1,200.00 


Greensboro Fl 


$21,225.00 


Groometown 


(t AAA A A 

$200.00 


Guilford 


$8,593.05 


Hillcrest 


$5,000.04 


Hispanic ° 


$2,145.93 


Hunter Hills 


$8,252.67 


Immanuel 


C 4 AC 

$5,135.60 


Jessup Grove 


$5,036.1 1 


Korean 


f Cfifl OA 

$556.30 


Lankford 


$3,628.60 


Lawndale 


OCA AC! 

$38,853.06 


Llndley Park 


$1,680.00 


Living Hope 


$200.51 


Magnolia St. 


$1,321.21 


New Bessemer 


ifcA AAA A4 

$3,300.01 


New Hope 


cion 77 
9 1 yu. / / 


New Horizon 


tf 4 1QO A/4 

$1 ,288.04 


Northeast 


* 4 df\A AA 

$1,504.00 


Northside 


CIO /lOQ ni 


Outreach 


conn nn 

3>OUU UU 


rarKway 


CD -tqc AC 


Plnecroft 


to Q.nO Ad 
9&.?U£.40 


rieasani uaraei 


ton iok nn 


rieasani urovc 


co 40.fi ok 


Kankin 


ca enn nn 
$0,000.00 


Reedy Fork 


$6,82o.2o 


Rocky Knoll 


*A AAA AA 

$2,200.00 


» III n » O n n ^1 #» 

Rolling Koads 


C4 70Q AQ 

$4,/OQ.2H 


Sedgetield 


t 1 QAA CI 


Snarpe Rd 


*1 CCA OO 

$3,002.22 


Sixteenth St 


CO 007 OO 


South elm 


c 4 o«n nn 
$ l.OOU.UU 


oouineasi 


tin oro 4« 


Soutnslde 


ci-i on-t CO. 


Stevens 


c 1 ar\a no 
$1 ,OUO.Uo 


Summerneld Fl 


tOO AAA Di 

$2o,2»2.o1 


Sumner 


C4 noo iq 


Temple 


$180.00 


Vietnamese Cht 


$1,200.00 


Willomore 


$11,596.50 


Woodlake 


$600.00 


Woodlake 


$600.00 


TOTAL Rea $349,625.29 



SHUBAL STEARNS 
MISSIONS BUDGET 
1999-2000 



New Churches & Missions $ 1 0,000 

Multihousing 500 

Housing for Homeless & Refugees 2,000 

Partnership 1,200 

Benevolence (Crisis Center, Hospital Ministry) 1 ,500 

International Students 13,800 

Chaplaincy Support 500 

Literacy 250 

Special Needs 250 

TOTAL $30,000 

2000 BUDGET 

1. CHURCH DEV. 

.1 Missions $5,000.00 

1 S. School 2,000.00 

2 D. Training 750.00 

3 Bap. Men 750.00 

4 WMU 3,000.00 

5 Music 500.00 

6 Youth 1,250.00 

7 Evangelism 2,500.00 

8 Stewardship 500.00 

9 Sr. Adults 500.00 

10 Family Min 800.00 

1 1 Recreation 500.00 

12 Sec. Conf. 100.00 

13 Seminary Ext. 400.00 

14 PastorialMin 1,200.00 

15 ACLT L500.00 
TOTAL CHURCH DEV. $2 1 ,250.00 

2. SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

16 Conv/ContfMis 3,000.00 

17 CarDir/Assoc 3,200.00 
17.1 Chap. Conf. 750.00 

18 Car/Chaplains 1,600.00 

19 Supplies 3,500.00 

20 Postage 8,000.00 

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21 


Telephone 


3,500.00 


22 


Equipment Main 


7,500.00 


23 


Utilities 


6,500.00 


24 


Janitorial 


3,820.00 


25 


Building Main 


5,000.00 


26 


Insurance 


4,500.00 


27 


Promo/Publicity 


700.00 


28 


New Equipment 


5,000,00 


29 


Library Mater 


600.00 


30 


Annual Meeting 


500.00 


31 


Admin. Cont. 


1,500.00 



TOTAL SUPPORT MIN. $59, 1 70.00 

3. SALARIES/BENEFITS 



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Dir. Sal/Hous 


$57,954.00 


33 


Assoc. Dir Salary 


46,124.00 


34 


Secretary 


22,184.89 


35 


P.T. Workers 


16,000.00 


36 


Insurance/Off 


8,800.00 


37 


Annuity/Off.S 


17,786.08 


38 


Social Security 


3,700.00 


40 


Assoc. Chap/Gu 


28,080.00 


41 


Future Position 


30,000.00 


42 


Chap/Police 


41,563.60 


42. 


Intern.Minist 


14,794.00 


43 


Insurance 


9,000.00 


44 


Annuity 


11,443.76 


45 


Workmen's Comp 


1,400.00 


46 


Christmas Gifts 


4.500.00 



TOTAL SALARIES/BENEFITS $3 13,330.33 

4. Miscellaneous $1,000.00 
BUDGET TOTAL $394,750.33 



CHURCHES $374,700.00 

SALES TAX REFUND 550.00 

PRISON/JAIL 1,500.00 

FUNDS CARRIED FORWARD 5,000.00 

BSC 4,500.00 

EARNED INTEREST 4,500,00 

FROM SHUBAL STEARNS 4,000.00 

TOTAL $394,750.00 



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COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 


Committee on Committees 




Andy Royals 2002 


(Moderator Appointed) 




Jack Moody 2002 


vJtis uavis 


onnn 




anirley Bar be© 


Onnn 

2U00 


Partnership Missions Committee 


Bobby Matthews 


2001 


Felicity Gordon 2000 


Terry Larsen, Chrm. 


inn i 
2001 


Faul Crews 2000 


Adrian Harris 


2002 


Richard Hipps 2000 


Lawrence Clapp 


2002 


Joanne Bettini 2001 






Roy Carter 2001 


Audit Committee 




Steve Turner 200 1 


Randy Minix 


2000 


W _ ft . AAAA 

Larry Foust 2002 


Brad Newknk 


1 A A 1 

2001 


Ken Clark, Cnr 2002 


Bobby Matthews 


2002 


T r r & ^AAI 

Lisa Horton 2002 


Constitution Committee 




Personnel Committee 


Vernon Williams 


2000 


Ed Roberts Moderator 


Lonnie Baxiey 


onn i 


Monica Vaughan Treasurer 


Donald Irapp 


1 AA1 

2002 


Terry Larsen Vice Moderator 






Otis Davis, Chr 2000 


Credentials Committee 




Arnold Culbreath 200 1 


Deryl Holliday, Cnr 


1 AAA 

2000 


Roger Barncks 2002 


Larry Thompson 


1 AAA 

2000 




David Horton 


2000 


Program Committee 


Lawrence Clapp 


inn i 

.ZUUl 


Ron Freeman Music Director 


rioiTici ivanoy 


ZUU 1 


K/fik-A tnnac Chr 9AAA 

iviiKe jones, L.nr zuuu 


Dene Malone 


2001 


Qua Rnlnor 9AHA 

aue Burner zuuu 


Mark Gray 


2002 


Kon rrevatte zuu i 


Andy Cline 


2002 


Charles Hahn 2002 






Kelly Smith 2002 


Finance Committee 






Monica Vaughan Treasurer, Chr 


Properties Committee 


Wade Wylie Stewardship Dir 


rreo (t>uauyj anon zuuu 


Terry Larsen Vice Moderator 


JimCIontz 2001 


Jim Kincaid 


2000 


Chris Morgan 2001 


Pat Cronin 


2001 


Jessie Scott 2002 


Fred Binder 


2001 


Wayne Ouzts 2002 


George Hayes 


2002 




Steve Walsh 


2002 


Resolutions Committee 






Gene Lawhome, Chr 2000 


Nominating Committee 




Larry Pugh 2001 


Gerald Primm, Chr 


2000 


Wilson Stewart 2000 


Shirley Smith 


2000 




Don Shelton 


2001 


Strategic Planning Committee 


Brenda Stout 


2002 


Dennis Blackmon DOM 




2002 


Barry Nealy Assoc DOM 






Ed Roberts Moderator 


Ordination Committee 




Terry Larsen Vice Moderator 


Beauford Smith, Chr 


2000 


Richard Byrd 2000 


Tommy Vogler 


2000 


PhilWhitt 2001 


Alton Cook 


2001 


Jill Foster 2002 


Paul Crews 


2001 





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ASSOCIATIONS STAFF AND OFFICERS 



Director of Missions 

Dennis Blackmon, 3708 Hobbs Rd, 27408 
Associate Director of Missions 

Barry Nealy, 5305 Bayberry Lane, 27405 
Secretary 

Jean Warren, 2925 Martha's Place, 27408 
Part-Time Secretary 

Sandra Duarte, 2819 Dulaire Rd., 27407 
Part-Time Financial Secretary 

Lucille Grubbs, 3305 Martin Ave., 27405 
Church-Community Ministries Director 

Audrey Womack, 1823-D Fairfax Rd., 27407 
Chaplains 

City Police- Wofford Boyd, 
5602 Courtfield Dr. 27455 

Sheriffs Department-Reginald Cook 
201 Ray St., 27406 



288-6268 
545-1561 
288-1981 
834-3230 
621-4846 
854-4621 

373-2234 
373-3099 



Moderator 
Vice Moderator 
Clerk 

Assistant Clerk 
Treasurer 

Sunday School Director 
Adults 
Children 



Preschool 
Youth 

College and Career 
VBS Director 
Singles 
Bible Drills 
TeamKid 

Discipleship Training 

WMU Director 

Assistant WMU Director 
Consultants: 

Women on Mission 
Women on Mission Asst. 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Ed Roberts, Lawndale, 855-8082 
Terry Larsen, Calvary, 697-9634 
Beauford Smith, Colfax, 274-3155 
Lucille Grubbs, Stevens Memorial, 621-4846 
Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads, 299-7909 
Jack Morris, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 
Jim Stagg, Hunter Hills, 299-1332 
Gail Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-9861 
Jeff Doss, Pleasant Garden, 674-5382 
Kay Underwood, Hunter Hills, 299-9035 
Brett Crimmel, Calvary, 697-9634 
Gene Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-3895 



Terri King, Friendly Avenue, 854-8804 

Anne Williams, Friendly Avenue, 292-5158 
Brenda Stout, Northside, 274-9730 

Sheri Paris, Lawndale, 621-5486 
Laura Lee, Sixteenth Street, 889-3849 
Shannon Wyrick, Sixteenth St., 275-7428 



Nursing Fellowship Faye Proulx, Suramerfield First, 427-7 1 75 

Nursing Fellowship Asst Monnette Durham 

Summerfield First, 643-4236 
Acteens Ann Mclntyre, Parkway, 375-3363 

Girls In Action Martha Hunter, Northeast, 697-947 1 

Girls in Action Asst. Judy Strader, Rankin, 656-7389 

Mission Friends Felicity Gordon, Parkway, 282-2364 

Language/Ethnic 
Language/Ethnic Asst. 

African/ American Barbara McNeil, Friendship, 852-0375 

Secretary/Treasurer Debbie Reynolds, Immanuel, 288-7348 

Music Director Frances Caviness, Sixteenth Street, 621-3752 

Communications Specialist 

Brotherhood Director Larry Hunter, Northeast, 697-947 1 

Bill Perdue, RA Director, Lankford Memorial 621-5282 
Ron Hill, Friendly Avenue 288-4027 
Richard Hipps, Guilford 299- 1234 

Ed Roberts, Lawndale 855-8082 
Wilson Stewart, Northeast 288- 1 125 

Jimmy Stout, Camp Herman 62 1 -943 3 

Music Director Ron Freeman, Summerfield First, 643-6383 

Youth Director Randall Floyd, Parkway, 288-27 1 

Senior Adult Director 

Evangelism Director Jake Thornhill, Jr., Hunter Hills, 299- 1332 

Philip Whitt, DayStar 852-75 10 

Deryl Holliday, Summerfield First 643-6383 
Barry Darnell, Hunter Hills 299-1332 
Mike Barrett, Pleasant Garden 674-53 82 

Jake Thornhill, Hunter Hills 299- 1332 

Alex McFarland, Friendly Avenue 685-9 155 

Stewardship Director Wade Wylie, Pleasant Garden, 697-75 1 7 

Wofford Boyd, Brandt Oaks 373-2460 
T. E. Pardue, Southside 273-1 853 

Ralph Metcalf, Pleasant Grove 299-2622 
Jim Watson. Hunter Hills 294-8777 
J. D. Holder, Eller Memorial 292-8983 
Neal Matthews, Northside 273-0546 

Christian Life Director Dee Willis, Lawndale, 288-8377 

Jim Fleet, Eller Memorial 272-44 1 8 

Roy Carter, Camp Herman 375-4794 
Beauford Smith, Colfax 274-3 1 55 

Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial 273-74 1 7 

Kimberly Shimmel, Hunter Hills 547-0090 
Andy Royals, Sedgefield 275-9 1 78 

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Ken Clark, Central 
John Flack, Sedgefield 
Larry Foust, Good News 

Recreation Director 

Terry Henry, DayStar 
Bobby Barton, Gate City 
Paul Crews, Rolling Roads 
Andy Royals, Sedgefield 
Wayne Nance, DayStar 
Annette Hicks, Cornerstone 

Family Ministry Director 

Pastoral Ministries Director 

Seminary Extension Director 

Church Library/Media Center Director 

Church Library/Media Center Assist. 

Bold Mission Prayer Coordinator 

Missions Development Director 
Literacy 

Hospital Emergency Housing 
Partnership Missions 
Brotherhood 
Mission Action 
Homeless Housing 
Crisis Center 
International Students 
Multihousing 



643-7684 
887-7480 
272-4009 

Philip Whitt, DayStar, 299-8866 
882-3223 
299-2420 
855-5076 
275-9178 
855-8311 
697-7262 

Pat Cronin, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 
Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial, 272-8437 
Joan Justice, Calvary, 674-9566 
Shirley Smith, Colfax, 274-3155 
Richard Byrd, Cornerstone, 665-1944 
Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-7651 
Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-7651 
Ernest Jones, Willomore, 697-9893 
Ken Clark, Central, 643-7684 
Larry Hunter, Northeast, 697-9471 
Sheri Paris, Lawndale, 621-5486 
Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-765 1 
Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-765 1 
Audrey Womack, PBA Office, 275-7651 
Audrey Womack, PBA Office, 275-7651 



Nominating Committee 
Gerald Primm, Chairman 
Wilson Stewart, Bill Claffey , Shirley Smith, Don Shelton 



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CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

The Credentials Committee is charged with the examination and 
recommendation of churches that apply for membership in the Piedmont Baptist 
Association. New Horizon Church came under the watchcare of the PBA in 
' 1998. This year they petitioned the Association t become a member church. 
On April 29th., 1999 the Credentials Committee met with Pastor Mark Gray of 
New Horizon Church. Finding the church to Southern Baptist in doctrine and 
worship the committee agree to approve their petition. In that meeting it was 
decided to present New Horizon for full membership to the PBA in the Semi- 
annual Meeting. In the May meeting of the Association they were received to 
membership by unanimous vote. 

In the April 29th. meeting of the Credentials Committee we also met 
with Bethany Baptist Church and the Vietnamese Baptist Church. Both of these 
missions were seeking to become a member church of the PBA. It was 
recommended that they be accepted under the watch care of the Association and 
be presented for full membership of the Association at the November Annual 
Meeting. After careful examination of these two churches and finding them to 
be Southern Baptist in doctrine and worship, it was agreed upon to accept their 
petitions. These recommendations were present and unanimously approved at 
the May meeting of the Association. 

Ken Clark, Chairman 

Mack Trull, Larry Thompson, Deryl Holliday, David Horton, 
Lawrence Clapp, Harriet Kanoy, Dean Malone 



ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordination Committee has been very busy during this year. We 
met four times and examined five candidates at the request of the following 
churches: 

Pleasant Garden Charles Phelps, February 2 1 , 1 999 

Camp Herman Richard Nunn, February 25, 1999 

Northside Bobby Lewis, April 12. 1999 

Jessup Grove James Purdy, May 24, 1999 

Guilford Timothy Carter, May 24, 1 999 

All candidates were questioned at length on their salvation experience, 

their call to the ministry, and doctrinal issues. 

The Ordination Committee found each candidate to be doctrinally 

sound and capable to carry on the work of a Baptist minister. 

The Committee unanimously recommended that the churches proceed 

with ordination. 

Richard Hipps, Chairman 
Terry Larsen,. Thomas Vogler, Alton Cook, Paul Crews, Beauford Smith 



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PARTNERSHIP MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

New Hampshire-Five teams from the Piedmont baptist Association 
were involved in New Hampshire missions this past summer. The teams played 
an integral part in the establishment of three new churches and the revitalization 
of the evangelism program in one existing congregation. 

New Bessemer, Central, Pleasant Garden, Cornerstone, and Friendly 
Avenue Baptist Churches combined to provide 84 summer missionaries for 
week-long stints. Records reflect they knocked on 1,418 doors, completed 367 
surveys, located 1 1 1 prospects for the new churches, presented the Gospel 66 
times and saw 6 people profess Jesus Christ as Savior. Together they spent 4 1 .5 
hours going door to door and 245 hours doing evangelistic outreach activities 
such as backyard Bible studies, free car washes and concerts. Exciting isn't it! 
According to the New Hampshire Baptist Association, they are looking forward 
with anticipation to the spiritual fruits that will be produced by the ongoing 
relationship between the Piedmont Association and their churches. 

Venezuela-Twenty-five people including thirteen from the Piedmont 
Baptist Association visited Venezuela. They served in 22 different churches or 
missions, and did evangelistic outreach activities such as evangelism, Backyard 
Bible Studies, leadership training, and follow-up. Our Committee is 
recommending approval of a three year partnership with Venezuela pending 
working out all details. 

The Partnership Missions Committee thanks all churches, persons, and 
teams who participated in this mission effort and challenge others to become 
involved in the future. 

Roger Howerton, Chairman 
Manuel Cunnup, David Duarte, Ron Hill, Pat Frazier, Felicity Gordon, 
Joanne Bettini, Roy Carter, Steve Turner 



PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Your Personnel Committee met several times during the year 
with the following considerations: 

1) The effect of the closing of the Sandy Ridge Prison Unit, which 
in turn affected our Chaplaincy Ministry. 

2) Working with the special Ad Hoc Committee for future ministries 
and the personnel who would be required to staff such ministry. 

3) Responded to the request from the Association to restudy the 
Chaplaincy Program with respect to adding a chaplain in the jail. The 
Committee remained unanimous in its position after lengthy discussion. 

4) Regarding a part-time office worker. Since the retirement of Lucille 
Grubbs the PBA has operated with only one office support person. Jean Warren 
has done an excellent job with improved office equipment and volunteers. 
However, it has become increasingly evident that additional part-time help is 
needed. Sandra Duarte worked part-time for about a year when she and David 

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first came to Greensboro. Lucille Grubbs has continued doing the books for the 
PBA, coming in about four days each month. Sandra would also be able to learn 
the bookkeeping and assist with that. The Committee voted unanimously to add 
Sandra as a twenty-five hour per week part-time worker. Sandra will be doing 
a broad range of general office work with the possibility of also assisting with 
some of the Church Community Ministries (CCM) work as needs arise. 

With the exception of your Personnel Committee continuing to work 
with the Special Committee for future ministries, all the matters have been 
resolved. 

Otis Davis, Chairman 
Jake Thornhill, Arnold Culbreth, Thomas Brown, 
Monica Vaughan, Ed Roberts 



SPECIAL PERSONNEL STUDY COMMITTEE 

As a result of the Executive Board action in August 1998, a Special 
Personnel Study Committee was formed for the purpose of studying the 
Piedmont Baptist Association staff and ministry. 

During this time, the Executive Board also approved a council to work 
with the Baptist Student Union Director to develop a more effective ministry to 
college students and campuses n our area. This council is currently being drawn 
from churches already involved with a college student ministry. 

After fourteen months of extensive prayer, listening sessions, 
community and church studies and surveys, the Special Personnel Study 
Committee submits this report containing the following suggestions: 

1) To employ a person on an hourly basis to work with the Chaplaincy 

Ministry. 

2) To clarify the responsibilities and job description of the Associate 
Director of Missions. 

A. Job Title: The job title should be "Director of Church 
Growth". This is to include working in the areas of expansion, 
extension and spiritual growth of the Piedmont Baptist 
Association churches. 

3) Employ a part-time Church Community Ministries Director to 
relieve the Associate Director of Missions of these responsibilities so that he can 
focus on the above responsibilities. 

This Committee strongly feels that the number one priority of our 
Association is to help strengthen ALL churches in the Piedmont Baptist 
Association. 

Rev. Thomas G. Brown, Chairman 
Rev. Michael Barrett, Dr. Dennis Blackmon, Mrs. Jill Foster, 
Mrs. Donree Howerton, Mrs. Ernestine Smith, Rv. Joey Tomlin, 
Rev. Steven Walsh 



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DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Dennis Blackmon 



I John 1:1-4 gives significant insight into what s important in the 
Christian life. The focus is on the telling of the good news f Jesus in order that 
we might have fellowship with those who receive the Christ of the gospel. The 
ultimate purpose in verse 3 is that we have fellowship together and with the 
Father and the Son. Verse 4 tells us it is that which produces full joy. 

The last promise that Jesus made as He ascended was that we would 
receive power after the Holy Ghost has come upon us and would be witnesses of 
Him. Balance should characterize our lives, churches, associations, and 
conventions. However, there can never be the balance that the Gospel presents 
if there is not an abundance of witness that results n an increase of fellowship 
between believers, and with the Father and the Lord Jesus. 

In considering the state of the churches in the Piedmont Baptist 
Association it is essential to focus on Sunday School and Evangelism. Worship 
is also very important in evaluating fellowship with one another and with God, 
but we do not receive that information from the churches. Average Sunday 
School attendance in the churches is up once again. The average is in the range 
of 9,400 for the first time since the 1970's. Baptisms total over 800 for the third 
consecutive year. That was last achieved in the years 1971-1973. Baptisms for 
the three year period were an average of 325 per year more than for the three 
year period ten years earlier, and 248 more than for the period five years earlier. 

Ministry with international students accounted for approximately 20 of 
the baptisms. That is far above any total that we have known about in many 
years. At least 7 were baptized as a result of multihousing ministry. 

New churches and missions not yet organized as churches continue to 
boost the number of new believers, and the number n Bible study. 51 baptisms 
were reported by churches and missions begun since 1994. They also reported 
a combined 273 in average Sunday School attendance. 

A special committee has been at work throughout the year seeking the 
information to advise the PBA concerning personnel needs. The Committee has 
involved many on sub-committees, and in listening sessions. They have taken 
a very serious look at the PBA's purpose, needs in the churches and community, 
and have evaluated ministries currently being done. All members of the 
Executive Board were given the opportunity to respond to a survey prioritizing 
the ministries of the Association. Specific recommendations will be presented 
soon. 

A highlight of the year has been the churches' involvement in 
partnership missions. Teams have gone in response to international requests in 
unprecedented numbers. Teams from several churches have cooperated in the 
State Convention project in Honduras. At least as many have responded to the 
NAMB partnership in new Hampshire to start new churches. Both projects have 
made great contributions to multiplying churches in the respective fields. Teams 



from the association have touched five continents during the year. 

Along with the rejoicing the year has also brought times of grieving. 
Rev. Austin Lovin and Miriam Davis, two loving and faithful servants were 
called home during the year. There can be no doubt concerning their rejoicing 
in the presence of God. We obviously join in that, but we also deeply sense their 
absence. They were both gentle sweet people who always brightened our 
meetings with their bright smiles, and cheerftil and encouraging words. We 
praise God for having had the privilege of knowing them. 



PBA ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 
Barry Nealy 



New churches highlight our life in PBA this year. We had three 
missions constitute into churches in 1999 and began three new mission 
churches. Triad Directors of Missions are working on a strategy for church 
starts throughout the area in cooperation with Lynn Sasser of the Baptist State 
Convention. Our state wants to start 1,500 churches in ten years. We are 
learning from each other and pray for the dawn of a new day in church planting 
in North Carolina. Read the report for Missions Development for details. I 
personally spent time this year helping Temple Baptist Church through a 
decisive time as they chose to disband and start a new church. We spent months 
in prayer and teaching how to know and do the will of God (using Experiencing 
God) . Now DayStar Baptist Church is using the facilities near Burr-Mill Park 
as the two groups test this arrangement. 

Two items of interest should be repeated from last year. First, the PBA 
Prayer Letter goes out by fax and e-mail each Tuesday. Please keep me informed 
of prayer needs in your church. Second, your church has help for evangelism 
projects and tracking visitors through the Kingdom Combine computer program 
in our office. Let me explain how this can help. Call me at 275-7651. 

My partnership mission trip to Venezuela saw great results. Our team 
had 23 accept Christ and the entire group had over 400 decisions in 22 towns. 
I praise the Lord for the 3-year partnership our committee is suggesting. Let's 
pray together for great spiritual vision in this and all our ventures. 



CHURCH COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
Audrey Womack, Director 

Multhousing Ministries this year included 1 56 Bible studies, 48 worship 
services, and required approximately 70 Volunteers. The communities where 
activities were held included Westview Valley, Morningside., Random Woods, 
Woodlake, South Gate Inn. PBA churches participating in these ministries 
included Guilford, Hunter Hills, Gate City, and Pleasant Garden. There were 1 
first time decisions reported this year as a direct result of multihousing 
ministries an 2 baptisms. As usual allot the fruits from these ministries will not 
be visible immediately as many of the residents move to other communities in 
Greensboro, Guilford county, other states an even other countries. Multihousing 
Ministry Coordinators were Sandy Nail (Guilford BC), Barren and Fran Pfaff 
(Hunter Hills BC), Kay Devine (Pleasant Garden BC), Eric Pace (Pleasant 
Garden BC), Audrey Womack (Hunter Hills BC) 



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MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 
Barry Nealy, Director 

The Missions Development Council coordinates our joint ministries so 
the following paragraphs will inform you of those avenues of service through the 
Association. People who serve make decisions about ministry resources and how 
they are used. The leadership landscape is changing dramatically. Clay Cook 
and Louise Snyder have left their work with our Crisis Center and literacy work 
due to health and family difficulties. I thank the Lord for Clay's leadership since 
we began the Crisis Center in 1994. Audrey Womack has changed 
responsibilities from multihousing to international student ministry. Pray for 
emerging leaders in these three areas. 

New Churches 

Piedmont Baptist Association received three churches this year from its 
church-planting efforts: New Horizon, Brandt Oaks and Bethany. We also 
helped start three new mission churches since November, 1998. 
November 1, 1998 Calvary Fellowship worshiped for the first time at Southwest 
High School with Pastor Jeff Chetwood. Calvary, Winston and Guilford Baptist 
Church sponsor this outreach to residents of new subdivisions developing in the 
area. Piedmont Baptist Association funded $4,000 for planting this new church 
in a promising suburb. 

The Korean Baptist Church began January 1, 1999 at First Baptist 
Church. Pastor Moses Yu is the experienced church planter serving as pastor. 
He comes from a successful church start in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. This is the 
third ethnic church begun in our Association. PBA is providing $6,000 in 
startup funds for the Korean Church. The church meets at First Baptist and is 
expanding according to the planning model set up early in 1999. 

Living Hope Community Church began September 12 at Reidsville 
High School sponsored by New Horizon. Roger Mathis comes from a 
music/youth background and gives able leadership to worship in a contemporary 
style. The target group is 25-35 year-olds and the church plans self-support after 
only 4 months They had just over 100 attend the initial worship and averaged 
about 50 into October. 

Cornerstone Baptist Church is now working with a Bible Study for 
Ethiopians in the Triad led by Kassahun Asfaw. There are now over 20 people 
gathered every Sunday for this class and Cornerstone is moving toward creating 
a mission church from this group. 

Homeless Housing 

PBA churches are getting directly involved in housing refugees. PBA 
has set the stage by buying and using a four-plex for homeless families and 
refugees. Now we are encouraging interested churches to follow our lead, lam 
offering to introduce leaders to the concepts of this ministry and teach them how 



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to care for each detail including tax exemption on property, finding families, 
rental assessment, designing the lease, and furnishing the apartment or house. 
Other agencies will help with finding jobs, providing food, learning English and 
servicing other family needs. Thank you for supporting this expanding ministry. 

Overnight Hospital Emergency Housing Ministry 

There has been some activity in this ministry during the past year. I 
visited the chaplain's office at Cone Hospital. I think this is a good program and 
it is a real blessing to those who need the services. I trust those who do need 
assistance will take advantage of the program. 

Ernest Jones, Director 

International Student Ministries 

What a year with Internationals! Sixteen precious souls received Christ 
as their personal Lord and Savior and twelve of those have already been 
baptized. Many of those Internationals have graduated and moved on to careers 
in other states or other nations where they have already reported their own 
opportunities to share Christ. International Student Ministries were led by PBA 
Campus Coordinators on the following Greensboro Campuses.: NC A & T, 
Bennett, Guilford, GTCC, UNCG. An event which stood out in all our minds 
was the June 1999 trip to Hanging rock State Park where forty t sixty people 
were expected but in reality approximately two hundred cam. Man of you read 
in "The Challenger" how God fed all two hundred with food intended for sixty. 
Countries represented at the annual events included Angola, Argentina, 
Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia, Bulgaria, China, Gabon, Germany, 
Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Ivory Coast, Japan. Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, 
Liberia, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Palestine, Poland, Saudi Arabia, 
Senegal, South Africa, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Spain, Sudan, Thailand, 
Turkey, UAE, Zimbabwe. 

The 1999-2000 International Student Ministry Team: Shirley Barbee, 
Jeanette Bare, Sue Davidson, Sheila Flynn (Special Events Team); James Jordan, 
Roy Lawrence, Curry Murray (Campus Coordinators); Larry and Nancy 
Jackson, Geneva Metzger (American Friend/Family Team); Mary Odom Burgess 
(Conversational English); Alex McFarland (Special Studies); Wayne Freeze 
(Furnishings); Beverly Smith (Transportation); Lonnie Baxley (Web Page); 
Audrey Womack (PBA Ministries Director). 

The 1 999-2000 calendar offers many exciting events: Ridgecrest (Oct. 
22-24), Thanksgiving Banquet ((Nov. 20), Caswell (April 7-9), Farewell Picnic 
(April 22), Hanging Rock (June 24), monthly Fun Friday, continued American 
Friend/Family and Conversational English. 

Thank you to all the PBA Staff, International Ministry Team and PBA 
churches who have made this year a witness to the glory of our Lord. Please call 
the PBA at 275-765 1 and let us know how you may help reach the world for the 



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Savior through PBA International Student Ministries. 

Audrey Womack, Coordinator 



Crisis Center 

Our Crisis Center provides food and clothing from the Magnolia Street 
Baptist Church location. The church provides the space and the ministry is 
operated by volunteers from several PBA churches and funded by many of our 
churches. We serve about twenty families each month, but are very busy at 
year's end. Much of our food is purchased at the Food Bank in Winston-Salem. 
There has been a shortage recently because of the needs of flood victims in 
eastern North Carolina. We rejoice that the Lord is supplying funds to buy all 
we need form regular local sources. 

Brother Clay Cook resigned as director of this ministry due to his 
health. Thank the Lord for the five years Clay has served as the leader of this 
work. Please pray for Clay and Virginia in their health needs. We have re- 
examined the role of this ministry and pray for more servants of God to continue 
and to expand its blessings. 

Barry Nealy 



CHAPLAINCY MINISTRY 

Greensboro Police Department 
Wofford Boyd, Chaplain 

The ministry to the Greensboro Police Department continues to be a 
vibrant ministry. 

This has been a year of reorganization in the Department and as in any 
mass change, there is stress, conflict, insecurity, elation and disappointment. It 
has been my privilege to go through this experience as an outsider present on the 
inside, to be the friend and confidant of those who feel the squeeze ( real or 
imagined). Though we have experienced growing pains, the Department is alive 
and well. 

There are some 650 officers and staff serving the city. These are fine, 
moral, dedicated young men and women who see this service to the community 
as a call to their life vocation. It is good that the Piedmont Baptist Association 
has heard God's call to provide a spiritual dimension to that community service 
by placing a chaplain in the Department. We enhance the spiritual lives of the 
650 members of the Department and their families (some 2000 people), who in 
turn enhance the lives of 200,000 citizens in the city. That is a commendable 
effort and an excellent ministry. 

In the past year, the Chaplain has performed weddings, funerals, 
religious counsel, witnessing, provided information on churches available, 
invocations at countless ceremonies and memorial services and literature. We 
visit and support in hospitals, homes and when there are incidents of crisis in the 



Department. 

For instance, the Chaplain was called to the hospital for an officer 
whose wife had been admitted with terminal cancer. She was not expected to 
return home to her husband and children. Later in the evening, an officer was 
assaulted and was forced to shoot the assailant. The Chaplain was advised of 
this and responded to support those officers and their families. What greater 
ministry could we offer than to serve people in this way? I am sure you agree 
that PBA has done a good work to provide this ministry. 

In the past year we have involved one volunteer chaplain in the 
program. Rev. Charlie Hohn of Cornerstone Baptist Church, volunteers two 
evenings per month to assist officers on the late shifts in District III. He has 
been well received and his assistance has been invaluable-an excellent 
compliment to our full-time program. Plans are to expand this program. 

The Chaplain is in place on location to befriend and minister as the 
effects of change touch people's lives. The ministry is well received and 
members of the Department respond well to the presence of the Chaplain. It is 
an excellent ministry. The Piedmont Baptist Association has done exceedingly 
well to provide this crucial support to the members of the Police Department. 

Thank you for allowing us to be your ministry voice to the Greensboro 
Police Department. 

Guilford County Sheriffs Department 
Reginald Cook, Chaplain 
In the book of Isaiah 55: 1 1 we find these words, "So shall my word be 
that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall 
accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent 
it." 

This year has been very busy and God is still blessing this ministry. 
Many people have accepted Jesus Christ into their life. This year has been 
harder than other years due to the population growth in the jail. From January 
1, 1999 through October 1, 1999 over 1 1,400 people have been booked into the 
Greensboro Guilford County Jail. We have added ten new volunteers to help on 
the weekend. Two new volunteers for the County Farm and one volunteer to 
help the Chaplain on Monday and Wednesday. 

When I give a person a Bible I love to tell them my favorite saying, 
"This is the best thing I can give you", because in my heart it is so true. "God's 
Word will not return void:" If I can, or if you can, convince someone to read 
God's Word it shall not return void. Over 900 Bibles have been given out this 
year and many more will be given out before this year is over. 

I want to thank Piedmont Baptist Association for their support in this 
ministry. Thank you to all the churches who bought Bibles to give to the 
inmates and a special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Malone. 

Remember God's Word will not return void, but we must continue to 
give God's Word out in the jail. 

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BROTHERHOOD 

The Brotherhood Council is continuing to work to keep the local Baptist 
Men's groups informed of activities on the state and national levels. The council 
members make themselves available to help the local churches and men establish 
their men's groups. As Brotherhood associational director, I will be glad to go 
to any church to speak or to work with the men's director. 

The emphasis at the Associational Brotherhood Training at Caraway 
in August was the continuation of hands-on mission opportunities for men. Also 
discussed was the need for men to develop their spiritual lives in other ways, 
including men's Bible study and prayer groups. There is a need for men to be 
able to comfortably share their testimonies and lead others to Christ. Sid 
Woodruff, Men's Ministry Consultant for Lifeway Christian Resources has 
written a manual to help Baptist Men's groups to accomplish this task. The 
manual is entitled Drawing Men to Ood. I recommend this book to local men's 
groups. 

I Would like to thank all those men who have given their time and use 
of their trucks to transport flood relief items to Raleigh and the eastern part of 
the state. 

Larry Hunter, Director 



EVANGELISM 

The Evangelism Committee has been actively involved this year in 
preparing for "Celebrate Jesus 2000". Celebrate Jesus 2000 is a concentrated 
effort by local churches to pray for and present the gospel to every person in our 
area by the end of the year 2000. The following Evangelism Training Events 
were held: 

ft "People Sharing Jesus" was led by Rev. Michael Barrett at 
First Baptist Church, Summer field on January 22-23. 

ft "Natural Evangelism" was led by Rev. John and James 
Garner at Rolling Roads Baptist Church February 6. 

ft "Effective Essentials for Soul Winning" was led by Rev. Greg 
Mathis at Southside Baptist Church on February 8. 

ft "Servant Evangelism" was led by Alvin Reed, Professor of 
Evangelism, Southeastern Seminary at Pleasant Garden Baptist Church on 
February 21. 

ft "Total Church Life " was led by J. W. Hutchins, Evangelism 
Consultant at Northside Baptist Church on March 5-6. 

ft Northside, Calvary, Northeast and Hunter Hills Baptist 
Churches also offered Training Workshops throughout the year. 

A Great Commission Prayer Conference was held March 19-20 at 
Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. Henry Blackaby led the main conference with 
small group conferences led by others. 

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All our churches were encouraged this year to begin a Prayer Wall and 
to establish Prayer Walks through their communities praying for their neighbors 
by name. Churches were also encouraged to develop strategies to personally and 
publicly share Jesus. 

As 1999 is winding down and we look towards the year 2000 we are 
standing on the threshold of what could be the greatest ingathering of souls for 
the Lord Jesus in the history of the church. There are more people on planet 
Earth lost and without Jesus than ever before in human history. Charles 
Spurgeon once said, "If someone were to offer you a $1000 for every person you 
reach for Christ, would you make more of an effort than you do now when the 
reward is an eternal crown?" The opportunity for missions, evangelism, soul 
winning and church growth is unprecedented. The question is not, "Is there an 
opportunity?" but "Will we seize the opportunity?" By the grace of God we 
must! 

Jake J. Thornhill, Jr., Director 



MUSIC 

This past year was a good one for the music ministry of the PBA. The 
annual events held by the Association were well attended. 

The Musicians Appreciation Banquet in January was held at Lawndale 
Baptist Church. A local trio, Adoni from First Baptist Church Summerfield 
provided the entertainment. Calvary Baptist Church was the host for the 
Children's Choir Camp. The camp was well attended and the music was 
received well by participants and parents alike. Kelly Smith from Calvary 
Baptist Church was the director for the camp. Several get together meetings 
were scheduled throughout the year so our music people could get to know one 
another. More of these meetings will be scheduled next year. The dates have 
been set for the Children's Choir Camp next year. The camp will be held at 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church on July 17-20, 2000. The date for the 
Musicians Appreciation Banquet will be in January. 

Ron Freeman, Director 



PASTORAL MINISTRIES 

I was happy to serve as your director during the past year. There were 
several opportunities for our churches to receive training and support. 

The following conferences were held at Lawndale Baptist Church on 
September 22, 1998: "Secretaries... Check Your Attitude, Communication, and 
Team Playing", taught by Betty Walker, church secretary First Baptist Church, 
Burlington, NC; "Deacon Ministry", taught by Dr. Harold McDonald of First 
Baptist Church, Albermarle, NC; and "The Evangelistic Visit", taught by Barry 

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Patchett from our Baptist State Convention. 

At First Baptist Church Summerfield, October 23-24, Rev. Michael 
Barrett taught "People Sharing Jesus." This was an evangelistic training 
opportunity for laypersons. Several churches were represented. This conference 
was presented to help prepare for the Celebrate Jesus 2000 emphasis. 

On November 16, the Pastor's Conference met at First Baptist Church 
Summerfield to hear Dr. Steve Rummage, professor at Southeastern Baptist 
Theological Seminary, teach the January Bible Study Boo k Joshua. 
Approximately twenty pastors were in attendance. 

Thanks to all who participated in the conferences. 

Deryl Holliday, Director 



RECREATION 

We had a wonderful time in our Recreational Ministry this past year. 
Co-ed Volleyball and Men's Basketball were the two dominating sports: 
Co-ed Volleyball League we had two halves: 
First Half: 

Regular Season Championship - Gate City Baptist Church 
Tournament Championship - DayStar Baptist Church 
Second Half: 

Regular Season Championship - DayStar Baptist 

Tournament Championship - Cornerstone Baptist Church 

Men's Basketball League: Regular Season Championship - Northside 

Baptist Church 

Tournament Championship - Lawndale Baptist Church 
Recreation is a great way to reach people for Jesus. I trust recreation 
will be a tremendous outreach tool for you this year. 

Philip Whitt, Director 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 

The Seminary Extension Center has had another good year despite 
having to postpone one class due to health problems of the teacher. 

Hie courses taught were Theology, Church History, and Christian 
Ethics. These were challenging studies but very helpful and informative and 
demanded the careful consideration of all students. 

The present course, which started September 7, 1999, is a study of 
Hebrews, which will prove to be very helpful and inspirational to all who attend. 

The enrollment has stayed around fifteen with most of the class having 
participated from the beginning, which means a total of eleven courses. 

These courses are open to all who wish to attend with a minimum 

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charge for registration and books. One of the great assets gained from the class 
is the fellowship that builds among the students. 

Wilson L. Stewart, Sr., Teacher 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 

We believe that the Seminary Extension work is a primary ministry in 
our Association. Therefore, we ask each of you, and all our churches, to place 
this work on your daily prayer list. 

We have a desire to expand this work so leaders and workers in various 
church jobs may have the opportunity of attending classes designed specifically 
for the various aspects of church ministries. We met with Denns Blackmon and 
Barry Nealy to explore the possibility of developing such curricula as soon as 
possible. Some of the areas we discussed were: Sunday School Teachers, 
Christian Discipleship, Deacon Training, Evangelism, Missions, Church 
Secretaries, Church Clerks, Church Treasurers, Church Committees, Music, 
Youth, Children, Senior Citizens, Library/Media. 

We invite all of you to make suggestions as to what you would like to 
see included in these studies to meet the needs of the local churches. Such 
courses would be from six to eight weeks in length for one night each week. A 
meeting place for these courses will be decided upon and announced later. 

We are now in our eleventh Seminary Extension Course leading to the 
Certificate for Christian Studies. There will be five more courses to complete 
this certificate. We have had an average of fifteen students in the last two 
classes of this year. Since August, 1996, the total number of students has been 
44. Of these, eleven have finished all of the courses that have been provided . 

A new course in the Seminary Extension class will begin January, 2000. 
This course will be the Old Testament Book of Amos. The class meets on 
Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for ten weeks. The meeting place 
is Jessup Grove Baptist Church, 4530 Jessup Grove Rd., Greensboro NC. 
Interested persons should contact Dr. Wilson Stewart, telephone number 288- 
1125. 

Gerald C. Primm, Director 



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WOMEN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Our Piedmont Baptist Association WMU Leadership Team is a part of 
a missions entity for local and global missions. We work together to equip, not 
just women, but adults, youth, and children to learn about missions; to pray, 
give, and assist in sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ beginning here in "our 
Jerusalem" and even to the ends of the earth. (Acts 1 :8) We want our people to 
constantly think of being a part of sharing Jesus and to pray for people around 
the world. 

Aal became your PBA WMU Director September 1996V the theme was 
Together, Hand In Hand In. 1997-98 it was Come, Go With Me sani 199^-99, 
TransformedrShaped by the- Hand of God and Take- The- Stand 

Being transformed means that we are changed spiritually from the 
inside out m the-renewal of our hearts and minds through the amazing power of 
God. May webe challenged to give evideneeof this transformation in our lives... 
never ashamed to speak up; to tell how God loves, saves, and transforms, and 
how His love is so great that "Whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have 
everlasting life." (Jn. 3:16). Then Take The Stand to be strong and courageous 
knowing God has promised never to leave us alone and that He supplies what we 
need when we need it. Be confident that in becoming a more committed witness 
for Him, He will work through you. Consecrate yourself through prayer and 
Bible study. 

Baptist Women's Day of Prayer is a day celebrated each year by Baptist 
Women of many countries throughout the world on the first Monday in 
November. Our PBA Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was held November 2, 
1 998 at Parkway Baptist Church. An offering is always taken which goes for the 
work worldwide. Ours was $405. It is at this event, we bring items for 
Christmas boxes for those in our State Women's Prison in Raleigh. Last year we 
gave an offering which went for boxes, cards, and wrapping paper, etc. This 
totaled $1,023.10. 

February 16, 1999, our WMU Focus Week Banquet and program was 
held at Florida Street Baptist Church. This was well attended with 334 men and 
women served and an estimated 450-500 people in attendance for the program. 
Jack, and our own, Evelyn Lane Frost, furloughing from Uganda, shared their 
work at the seminary in Jinga and other facets of their work. Beautiful music 
was presented by an ensemble from Good News Baptist Church under the 
direction of Robin Strayhorn. 

The WMU Annual Meeting, May 3, 1999, was hosted by Rankin 
Baptist Church. It was at this time we were told that our PBA WMU would be 
undertaking a project of $150,000 for an infirmary to be built at Camp Mundo 
Vista. Our own Judessa (Patricia Frazier) helped us understand the need for an 
infirmary. We had updates on missions in Thailand by Ron and Evelyn Hill 
who had just returned from a time in their much loved mission field where they 
previously had served for forty-one years. 

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at Northside Baptist Church preceding the Prayer Retreat which was led by Cara 
Lynn Croom, Missions Support Consultant, WMU Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina. Cara Lynn had been in South Africa March 15-28 with Rick 
and Donna Astel (DOM of Columbus Association) participating in a Prayer 
Walk around Lesotho. We were all eager to hear about this trip and how she got 
into Lesotho and the work going on there. We were especially happy to learn 
about Gene and Jeanie Phillips, our own missionaries who had been taken 
hostage in the early hours of February 1. Once again we were reminded how 
very much all our missionaries around the world need and depend on our 
interceding on their behalf. 

1999-2000 WMU Leadership Training was held August 16, 1999 at 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church. We had some of the finest leadership for 
training in every age group as well as International Ministries, Missions 
Involvement, and Project Help: Violence, led by Wayne Scott, Crime Prevention 
Officer, Greensboro Police Department. 

WMU emphasizes and encourages churches to support generously 
special offerings. As our church year runs from September 1 -August 31, our 
first emphases is State Missions. The theme is: Hands of God with a goal of 
$2.4 million. All our WMU state budget comes from this offering. 
International Missions is our second emphasis: The Unfinished Task: Loving 
The Lost, November 28-December 5, goal $125 million. Our third emphasis is 
North American Missions: By All Means, March 5-12, goal $47 million with 
a challenge of $55 million. Our fourth emphasis is Associational Missions 
(Shubal Stearns Offering), May 22-28, goal $30,000. 

This WMU year has come to a close. For some of us on the leadership 
team, this means that we won't be in associational leadership positions but 
please be assured that we are not retiring or giving up our love for and support 
of our Woman's Missionary Union causes. We're still keeping on. We will be 
seeing you at various annual and other types of missions meetings. We'll still 
be working together. I, as your director, have really enjoyed getting to know so 
many of you personally and I have learned more about missions and love 
missions more than ever. I am sold on missions just as Jesus commanded. 

As your director for three years, I want to express my heartfelt 
appreciation to all who have prayed for me, been an encouragement, and 
especially to the wonderful ladies on the Leadership Team with whom I have 
bonded and truly love and the PBA staff. May we all work together to support 
the new team and may we be, more than ever, involved in praying for and 
actually doing missions as well as giving financially. May each of us have as our 
personal prayer that no matter what my befall us, perhaps even persecution, that 
we will be found faithful to our Heavenly Father and stand firm even to the end. 

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YOUTH 

The PBA Youth Committee meet on a regular basis during the first part 
of 1999 organizing a monthly fellowship and the True Love Waits Rally. 

All Piedmont Baptist Ministers of Youth and Youth Directors were 
contacted and invited to a monthly fellowship to discuss needs of the community 
and Association, plan for training, and for fellowship. Unfortunately, we had 
little success getting together after several attempts. Most Baptist Youth 
Ministers seem to plan and minister within the means of their own local church. 

PBA sponsored a True Love Waits Rally and Parent Workshop at 
Lawndale Baptist Church on February 7, 1999. Music was provided by a praise 
band and Least of These band. Our speaker was Keith Deltano. Pizza and soft 
drinks were also provided courtesy of Steve Turner of Gate City Baptist Church. 
Over 500 young people and adults attended the event. 

Youth were encouraged to sign cards pledging sexual abstinence until 
marriage. Over 150 signatures were collected and displayed at the Chick-Fil-A 
on Battleground Avenue over the weekend. Local TV affiliates of FOX and 
ABC covered the story on the local news. 

More success has been found in cooperating locally within the 
Greensboro Youth Minister's Alliance. This interdenominational group includes 
representatives from several Baptist Churches in the Association, as well as 
other denominations. The Group meets monthly for planning, strategy arid 
communication between Christian groups. 

The Alliance meets monthly for a Prayer and Praise Rally featuring 
youth groups in Greensboro on the third Wednesday of each month. The Youth 
Ministers and Directors also meet weekly for prayer for the young people of the 
city. 

The Alliance has also begun working with local "para-church" groups 
that operate within local schools. Representatives from local First Priority, 
Young life, Youth for Christ, and FCA clubs and chapters have been guests at 
our monthly meetings promoting a spirit of cooperation between local churches, 
clubs and schools. 

Future plans of the PBA Youth Committee have yet to be determined. 
Suggestions have been made to have a city-wide lock-in and an anti-violence 
program. 

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THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
1998 ANNUAL REPORT 



•The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception In 1920 has been to assist the 
Hbonvention and its institutions and agencies in increasing an awareness among North Carolina Baptists of 
^Christian estate stewardship principles as a means of financially undergirding churches, institutions and 
mission endeavors on a permanent basis. The uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the 
institutions and General Board staff merits increased financial support. The Foundation accomplishes these 
^objectives by offering assistance in estate planning counsel, Will preparation, planned giving, charitable 
Mremainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund management. 

During 1998, the Foundation provided assistance to Individuals in establishing 28 endowment funds and 11 

■charitable remainder trusts totaling $1.4 million and received $3.8 million in contributions to existing 
endowments all of which will ultimately benefit countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. Programs were 
provided for 94 churches and associations during the year to promote Make Your Will Month, Christian estate 
stewardship, and church fund management. Some $639,000 from churches came under management to 
enhance numerous church ministries including scholarships, building funds, cemetery funds, benevolence 

■funds, general operating funds and other various mission causes. 
The Foundation employs professional money managers to Invest these funds according to an Investment 
policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are offered: a growth fund, a balanced fund, an Income 
fund and a fixed Income fund. During the third quarter of 1998, the Foundation enhanced Its position even 
—more by engaging the services of Salomon Smith Barney to help select top money managers in the country. 

Has of December 31, 1998, the Foundation held $80,874,628 under management. This is an Increase of more 
than $8 million over 1997. During 1998, $1,741,923 was distributed to individuals and $2,772,599 to Baptist 
work for a total distribution of $4,514,522. During the 79-year history of The North Carolina Baptist 

^Foundation, Inc., $14,217,160 has been distributed to individuals and $22,305,008 to Baptist churches, 

•institutions and mission causes for a grand historical total of $36,522,168. 

Robert Howard, Chair, Board of Directors 
M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 



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Report to 




Ibvcrtng Uvm With Hop*' 



HOSPITAL CARRIES THE TRADITION 

In May of 1999, The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated celebrated 76 years of service to the 
community and the region. During these years the Hospital has been faithful to the vision of the North Carolina 
Baptist State Convention. When the Hospital was binned, the Convention stated the reason for doing so was: to 
extend the healing ministry which was demonstrated by Jesus Christ. Many challenges have been faced through 
these years, but the commitment to compassionately strive for innovative excellence has remained the same. 

BAPTIST BENEVOLENT CARE FUND 

Baptist churches from all across North Carolina joined us in mutual mission through the Mother's Day Offer- 
ing. This annual ingathering of love was approved by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in 1924. In 
1998 the MDO amounted to $530,874. It was used exclusively to help patients who had little or no health care 
Insurance or no other financial means to pay their hospital bills. From the offering this past year, well over 
$200,000 was used to assist members of our Baptist churches in North Carolina. May God bless all those who 
supported us with prayers and gave so generously. 

DIVISION OF PASTORAL CARE 

During the year, the Department of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education provided worship services in Davis 
Chapel on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, as well as services in the J. Paul Sticht Center. Chaplain 
supervisors, residents and Interns made more than 50,000 ministry contacts last year. Seventy-five students gradu- 
ated from the Department's fully accredited Clinical Pastoral Education program. Maurice Briggs retired from the 
Department in February after 30 years of service. He was known throughout the Hospital for his pastoral presence 
and the depth of his sensitivity and care. 

The Department of Pastoral Counseling/CareNet, Inc. continues to expand its ministries. There are now 13 
Christian counseling centers located In strategic areas from Franklin to Wilmington. During the year these profes- 
sionally staffed centers will provide over 26,000 hours of Christian counseling. 

The Center for Congregational Health, Inc. continues to expand its mission of helping congregations become 
healthier communities of faith. Programs and assistance offered to churches include: Consultation, Intentional 
Interim Ministry, and Leadership Development. Resources for ministers include: Young Leaders Program, Lead- 
ership Development Group, Interim Ministry Training, and Intentional Interim Ministry training. 

FACTS ABOUT WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER 

• With more than 1 1,000 employees, four restaurants, two banks and a post office that handles more mail than 
some towns, the Medical Center has been called a city-within-a-city. We are the largest employer in Forsyth 
and Guilford counties. 

• The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated has opened BestHealth, a community health information 
center, at Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem. The center will provide a library of books, audio and videotapes, 
limited Internet access, computer software and a variety of on-site programs to help area residents become 
better Informed about their health and how to remain well. 

• Building strong relationships with the community is important to us. A recent survey indicates that Medical 
Center employees donate more than 30,000 hours of volunteer service a year to more than 300 different orga- 
nizations in our area. 

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'Touching Lives With Hope' 



POINTS OF EMPHASIS AND PROGRESS 

Gamma Knife -The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated will have the only one in the state by this fall. 
Patients with inoperable or inaccessible brain lesions beneGt from the availability of this noninvasive procedure 
that gives the same results as surgery but with no need to open the skull or make an incision. This procedure has 
been found to be three times more effective in treating recurrent cancerous brain tumors than other radiosurgical 
tools. The Gamma Knife uses radiation to destroy tumors, vascular malformations and other benign brain lesions 
with pinpoint accuracy without destroying healthy, normal tissue. 

Trauma Center - The Medical Center has the only designated Level I trauma center for northwest North Carolina. 
In the trauma center our goal is for the patient who needs surgery to be in an operating room 10 minutes after 
arriving at the Emergency Department. Surgeons, anesthesiologists and staff remain on duty 24 hours a day to 
handle such emergencies. 

NASCAR - The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated is working with Motor Racing Outreach (MRO) to 
serve the fitness and rehabilitation needs of NASCAR Winston Cup Racing. A mobile fitness and rehabilitation 
unit is being provided for NASCAR Winston Cup Racing drivers, crews and families. 

Ranked Among the Nation's Best - The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated is among the nation's best 
hospitals in ten of 16 specialties, according to rankings published in the July 1999 issue of U.S. News & World 
Report. These 10 areas are: cancer, cardiology and heart surgery, geriatrics, gynecology, neurology/neurosurgery, 
orthopaedics, otolaryngology, rheumatology, digestive tract, and urology. 

Newest Treatment for Epilepsy - Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center offers a new treatment for epi- 
lepsy - a "pacemaker for the brain" that can help control seizures in patients who are not helped by medication and 
are ineligible for surgery. 

{Information and Appointments - For more information and to make an appointment with a physician, contact 
HEALTH ON-CALL* at 1-800-446-2255. 

A CLOSING WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT 

From the beginning in 1923, The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated has dared to reach and grasp 
that which others thought was impossible. For many years we have been thought of as a referral hospital where we 
received the most severe medical cases. Over the years we have become one of the leading research centers in the 
Southeastern United States. Each role compliments the other. It is a great challenge to innovatively treat these 
extremely difficult cases and heartwarming to see our compassionate physicians and staff assist in the healing 
process. People have learned through the years to expect from us the very best in health care. We are committed 
to make sure that their highest expectations are always met or exceeded. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Len B. Preslar, Jr. \ 
President 

The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 



The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 

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Chrstian Action League of North Carolina 
6339 Glenwood Avenue, Ste. 442 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 787-0606 

ANNUAL REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 
1999 

It is a Joy for the Christian Action League of North Carolina to serve the 
churches of this great state. We continue to work to inform the Christian community 
about the moral issues that face our state and nation. Our goal is to address these issues 
with the principles of God's Word, the cornerstone of all truth. 
A. Christian Values 

* It was the pleasure of the Christian Action League to be one of the sponsors of 
the Fourth Annual Christian Heritage Week of North Carolina held in March. 
The League encouraged schools, churches and communities to recognize, 
commemorate and learn about the Christian heritage and history of our nation. 
CAL assisted in sponsoring a state-wide essay contest for high school students 
(public, private and home schools) and presented state winners with awards for 
excellence. 

• Continued to promote Christian citizenship throughout the churches and 
communities of our state CAL has distributed over 14,000 copies of the Ten 
Commandments to churches, businesses, schools and homes across North 
Carolina. Promoted Sanctity of Human Life Sunday and the National Day of 
Prayer statewide. 

• Held a Church Leadership Legislative Day on April 6, 1999. The purpose of 
this day was to have pastors and church leaders to come together and enjoy 
fellowship, meet and hear some of our legislators and become more aware of 
how state government and the legislative process works. 

• Promoted awareness of the world wide persecution of Christians through faxes, 
emails and newsletter. 

g Gambling 

Lottery proponents continue in their efforts to bring a state-sponsored lottery 
to North Carolina. Four lottery bills were introduced this session. CAL 
monitors these efforts and updates the Christian community on lottery 
information through letters, calls and our fax and electronic mail networks. 
Lawmakers have continued to receive a barrage of communications from across 
the state saying that the lottery is a bad bet for North Carolina. 

C. Sex Education 

Worked with other Christian and pro-family groups to see that the state 
mandate for Abstinence Until Marriage education is implemented state-wide. 
Also, supported efforts to insure that federal grant money designated to 
promote abstinence education was used properly. Informed citizens and 
legislators concerning attempts to fund school-based clinics in North Carolina 
schools. 



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D. Abortion 

CAL monitored SB 349/HB 1066 (Act to ban Partial Birth Abortion), this 
legislation would have made this type of abortion a class H felony for anyone 
who performed the late-term procedure. This bill died in committee. 
Successfully encouraged legislators to limit the State Abortion Fund to cases 
resulting only from rape, incest and the life of the mother. In the last four 
years, only one abortion has occurred under these circumstances using tax- 
payer funds. 

E. Alcohol 

CAL monitored all legislation concerning alcohol and other drugs. 
Successfully supported efforts to strengthen DWI laws. Assisted communities 
in organizing committees to fight alcohol and drug use. Informed citizens 
statewide about legislation that would have approved alcohol sales without the 
vote of the people. Four bills were introduced this session that would have 
permitted alcohol sales without a voter referendum; SB 17, SB 173, SB 606, 
SB 607 and HB 1043. Provided awareness, education and resource materials 
related to substance abuse problems to churches, communities, etc. 

F. Pornography 

Worked against HB 1248 which would have allowed individuals to perform in 
the nude if it "occurs as part of a play, dance, performance or artistic creation 
that contains serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value." The bill 
died in committee. 

G. Homosexuality 

CAL supports efforts to strengthen the traditional family and continues to 
monitor and inform the public about the activities of those who promote the 
radical homosexual agenda. HB 884 and SB's 701, 884 and 759 were all 
introduced to promote the acceptance of homosexuality as an alternative 
lifestyle. CAL with other like-minded organizations fought these bills and they 
were defeated. Worked against HB 1 398 (Needle Exchange Program) which 
would have_allowed the state to furnish free needles to drug users using tax- 
payer dollars. 

For A Better North Carolina, 

Reverend Johnny R. Henderson Joe S. Lennon 

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Baptist Elder Care 
Network 



EArWRElTREMEKT HOMES 

OF NORTH CAROLINA. INC 

"Lord . . .you have made my lot secure. The boundary lines have fallen for me 
in pleasant places; surely I have a delightful inheritance. " 

-Psalm 15:5-6 

Because of your generosity, Psalm 15 can be the testimony of over 500 elderly saints who reside at the 
Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina. Their lot is secure. They live in pleasant places. They have a 
delightful inheritance. 

* . . You have made my lot secure" 

Through Cooperative Program gifts and special offerings, Baptist Retirement Homes is providing $ 1 .7 
million in benevolent care for the elderly poor of North Carolina during 1999. 

Additional benevolent funding will provide care at The Gardens at Taylor Glen, a new continuing care 
retirement community being built in the Concord/ Cabarrus County area. 

For the growing numbers of individuals and families racing life-chang- 
ing decisions about care for their aging loved ones. Baptist Elder Care 
Network offers cost-free information from knowledgeable and caring 
resource counselors. Regardless of the aging-related issues families face, 
our statewide system of counselors can provide answers that are reliable and 
reassuring. 

. . The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places. " A • o.iJf/fiM^ 1 

In June, the Fowler Memory Enhanced Residence at the Western 
North Carolina Baptist Home in Ashcville was completed. This new area 

is designed to meet the needs of the many older adults who experience memory- related conditions, such as 
Alzheimer's Disease. At the Fowler unit, residents whose perception of reality may change noticeably from 
day to day find stability in a "home-like" environment. They function more confidendy amid the familiarity 
of a traditionally furnished living room, kitchen, dining room, and bedroom, and they sense peace and 
serenity as they wander among the flowers, fountains and walking trails of the garden area. 

Similar facilities will soon be available at Baptist Retirement Homes' Brookridge Community in Win- 
ston-Salem and at the Gardens at Taylor Glen Community in Concord. 

. . Surely I have a delightful inheritance. " 
Being part of the Baptist Retirement Homes Family and resting comfortably in its care is a wonderful 
inheritance. Thank you for helping us make life for our elderly . . . The Best of Times! 

Bill Stillerman, President 

Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina. Inc. 




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HISTORICAL EVENTS 



Bethany 

Constituted as a church July 1999 after being a mission five years and six 

months 

Brandt Oaks 

Congregation constituted as a church on June 27, 1999- formerly a mission 

of First Baptist Church Greensboro 

Calvary 

Began first semester of Faith Training; held Mission Vacation Bible School 
on the North side of Greensboro 
Camp Herman 

Voted to install a new handicap lift during the next year. Will continue the 
Deaf Ministry with NC School For The Deaf. J 
Central 

Celebrated 35 th Homecoming, began AWANA, had three baby dedications 
Clifton Road 

Began the Designing Women's Ministry and Single Ministry 
Colfax 

Paved driveway and parking lot; replaced windows for sanctuary and 
fellowship hall 
College Park 

Dedication of Resettlement Mission House; Kosova ( Croatian) family 

settled; Capital Campaign began 

Cornerstone 

New building dedicated September 12, 1999 
Eller Memorial 

Children's Choir Program instituted 
Friendly Avenue 

Celebrated 100 th Year Anniversary and completion of renovation of church 

sanctuary 

Guilford 

Expanded Prayer Ministry; joined Interfaith Housing Network 
Hunter Hills 

Eternity '99-reaching out with Gospel presentation, over 300 decisions were 
made; Family Fest '99-reaching out to 10,000 homes and families 
Immanuel 

Ordained Chinese Christian Church minister; Brazil Partnership mission 
trip; International ministry 
Jessup Grove 

James Purdy was ordained ; Celebrated Homecoming September 1999; new 
library opened; called new minister, Rev. Dan Alderman 



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Lawndale 

Began Women's Enrichment Ministry 
Lindley Park 

Began "Puppets of Faith" Ministry with youth 
Magnolia Street 

Celebrated 90 th Anniversary on June, 24, 1999 
New Bessemer 

Erected picnic shelter and built children's playground 
New Horizon 

Constituted as a church in April, 1999 and became the sponsor of a new 

mission in September, 1999 

Northside 

Ordained Bobby Lewis 
Pleasant Garden 

Mission trip to Honduras; youth mission trip to New Hampshire; "Eternity" 
drama (5 nights packed house); Henry Blackaby Prayer Conference 
Pleasant Grove 
Ordained David E. Mills, II 
Rankin 

Community-wide evangelistic block party; sponsoring a Montagnard family 
from Vietnam 
Sharpe Road 

Educational building remodeled 
Southside 

Minister of Education started a weekly ministry to Greensboro Retirement 
Center and Rest Home 
Stevens Memorial 

Major renovation to sanctuary January 1999 and the dedication service was 

held March 28, 1999 

Sumner 

Called new minister, Rev. Charles Stevens and new youth minister, Michael 

Tidwell 

Temple 

Church disbanded and deeded property to Piedmont Baptist Association 
Willomore 

New educational building completed 
Woodlake 

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Our Beloved Dead 



Bethany 

Mr. John Waters 
Buchanan 

Mrs. Sara Love Hill, Mrs. Beulah Brady 
Calvary 

George Jones, Elizabeth McAlister, Darrell Wilson 
Camp Herman 
Mrs. Ester May 
Central 

Mr. John Walter Williard 
Clifton Road 

Mr. Joe Chandler, Mrs. Eva Clark, Mrs. Mabel Lucas, Mrs. Minnie Latham, 

Mr. Scott Previtte, Mr. Ernest Garrett, Mr. J. W. Hill 

Colfax 

Lynda Taylor, Emma Jewel Cook, Danny Weavil 
College Park 

Lillian Gillespie, Louise Bullock 

Cornerstone 

Mr. Everitte Richardson 

Eller Memorial 

Mr. George Ward, Mrs. Ruby Oakes., Mr. Raymond Mitchell, Mrs. Alice 
Kellum, Mr. Cletus Andrew, Miss Colleen Basinger, Mrs. Beulah Everage 
Florida Street 

Nina Sutton, Bertha Rumbly,Carl McPherson, Ina Griggs, Helen Boseman, 
Arlie Moody, Lillian Carpenter, Jack Byars, Mae Bulla, Charlotte 
Hutchinson, Clarence May, Edna Thomas, Eloise Smith, John Jones, Jr. 
Friendly Avenue 

Mrs. Willie Mae Stevens, Mrs. Sybil Martin, Mrs. Ruth Lovin, Rev. Austin 
Lovin, Mrs. Bertha Chason, Mr. William Meyers, Mrs. Helen Murphy, Mrs. 
Martha Clark, Mrs. Inez Markel 
Gate City 

Irene Patzsch, Deborah Nixon 
Gibsonville First 

Mrs. Helen Richardson, Mrs. Launa Allen, Mrs. Hazel Barringer, Mrs. Judy 
Beal Howell French, Mr. Hal Laughlin 
Good News 
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Greensboro First 

Ralph (Red) English, Dr. H. C. Warwick, Lucille Herndon, Georgia 
McBane, Bessie Lee Yates, Juanita Scott, Beulah Aulbert, Leroy (Gus) 
Paschal,Nancy Wrenn, Ada Mangum, Albert Myrick, Joe Everett, Annie 
Burchette Church, Alice Patten, James Baker, Anne O'Neil, Charlie Wade 
Jackson, Hunter Starr, Bill Gordon, Edgar Haithcock George Wuchae, 
Lucille Ramsey, Calvin Adams, Jr., Clarence Harris, Gladys Hedgpeth, Roy 
Highfill, Alda Dixon, Lloyd Thompson, Ellen Sanders, John Owen, 
Thompson Gammons (Sunday School only), John McCoy 
Guilford 

Mr. Lenferd Cline, Mrs. Geraldine Dixon, Mr. John Pitts 
Hillcrest 

Mr. Paul Vincent, Mrs. Evelyn Lee, Mrs. Elizabeth McBride 
Hunter Hills 

Miss Maurine Alley, Mrs. Duward Blackmon, Mrs. Myitis Carmichael, Mr. 
John Carter, Mr. Roy Hawkins,. Miss Dannah Mootassem, Mrs. Brenda 
Sams, Miss Beulah Simpson, Mr. Melvin Simpson, Mrs. Belle Stevens 
Immanuel 

Mrs. Alene Thomas, Mr. Hayden Rackley, Mr. James Stanley 
Jessup Grove 

Mr. James Lecky, Mr. Paul Vincent, Mrs. Sissie Norris, Mrs. Rachel 
Edwards 

Lankford Memorial 

Mr. Paul Morton 
Lawndale 

Mr. Sam Marlowe, Mrs. Lucile Vaughn, Mrs. Virginia Sparrow, Mrs. Laura 
Ellen Eddings, Mr. Emanuel McMillan, Mr. Lyman Bensley, Mrs. David 
Lemons, Mrs. Helen Hammer, Dr. French Wise, Mr. Bob Swaithes 
Lindley Park 
Mr. W. T. Billings 
Magnolia Street 

Mrs. Sallie S. Kerr, Mrs. Ethel Holder, Mrs. Mary H. Andrews, Mrs. Mary 
Jane Coffey 
New Bessemer 

Mr. Frank Harrington,. Mr. Henry Kent, Mrs. Gladys Hill, Mr. Huberl Slay, 

Mrs. Miriam Davis, Mrs. Lennie Roberson 

Northeast 

Mrs. Jessie Lee Baker 

Northside 

Mr. Dewey Nabors 

Parkway 

Mr. Wilbur Barker, Mr. Claude Culbreath, Mr. Oscar Hundley, Mr. Cecil 



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Poff 

Pincecroft 

Mrs. Alene Johnson 

Pleasant Garden 

Mrs. Fleta McGee Foy, Mr. Gilbert E. McGinnis, Mrs. Leonard O. White, 
Mrs. Robert W. Jordan, Mr. Arthur Brown, Mr. Carl Gilliland, Miss Janell 
Patille, Mrs. Inez B. White, Mr. Eugene Bain, Mrs. Agnes Woodburn 
Pleasant Grove 

Mrs. Mabel Bratton, Mrs. Ellen Pratt Bush, Mrs. Elsie Greeson, Mr. Ivan 

Onks, Mr. Charles Persinger, Mr. Jimmy Brown 

Rankin 

Mr. Danny Lankford, Mr. Paul Martin, Sr., Mrs, Helen Hodskins, Mr. 
Howard Scott, Mr. Jack Craven, Mr. Howard D. Brown, Sr., Mrs. Willie 
Clark, Mrs. Lucille Talley, Mr. Mike Strader 
Reedy Fork 

Mrs. Delia Gilchrist, Mr. Robert Apple, Mrs. Dovie Shaver, Mr. Frank Carty, 
Mrs. Claudette Fulk, Mr. Bowen Corbett, Mr. Bobby Nance, Jr., Mrs. Hailey 
Ingold, Rev. M. W. Shaw, Mr. B. Frank Morrison, Mr. Vernon Ingold, Sr. 
Rocky Knoll 

Mrs. Katie Councilman, Mrs. Emma W. Lamb, Mrs. Maud East, Mrs. Esther 
Walwork, Mrs. Fannie Gallimore, Mrs. Geneva Hughes, Mrs. Ozella Doutt, 
Mrs. Elsie Johnson, Mr. Joe Siler 
Rolling Roads 

Mr. Gary Williams, Mrs. Ruth Pruitt, Mr. Frank Bozeman 

Sedgefield 

Mrs. Ethel Phillips 

Sharpe Road 

Mrs. Katie Jarrett, Mr. Glen Chambers, Mrs. Betty Morton, Mrs. Espie Yow, 
Mr. Charles Carson, Mrs. Catherine Bain, Mrs. Lorraine Holder 
South Elm Street 

Mr. Richard Bridges, Mr. James Snow, Ms. Pattie Alverson 
Southeast 

Mr. Ben Triplett, Mr. James Toole, Mrs. Lyn Allen, Mrs. Maxine Bussell 
Southside 

Mr. Charlie James, Mr. Austin Briles, Mr. Ed Farrar 
Stevens Memorial 

Mr. Donny Denny, Mr. John Talbert, Sr. 
Summerfield First 

Mrs. Laura Sparks, Mr. Gene Eanes, Mrs. Edith Cox, Mrs. Grace Freeman, 
Mrs. O'Ferrel Dowell, Mr. Fletcher Hayes, Deacon, Mrs. Virginia Bishop, 
Mrs. Edith Vaughn, Mrs. Sheila Cromer, Mr. Lonnie Hutchins, Deacon 



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Sumner 

Mr. Max Smith, Mrs. Edith Coble, Mrs. Ethel Bare, Mrs. Lucinda Purcell 

Willomore 

Mr. Phil Monnett 

Woodlake 

Mr. Bobby Hill 



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PIEDMONT 

Registered Messengers to the Association Annual Meeting 



Bethany 
Calvary 



Central 
Clifton Road 



Colfax 



Cornerstone 
DayStar 

Eller Memorial 

Florida Street 
Friendly Ave 



Fred Hardin Jr.571 1 Davis Mill, 27406 674-5543 
Terry Larsen, 930 Knox Rd. 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Craig Saunders, 930 Knox Rd 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Rob Worrell, 930 Knox Rd. 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Jill Foster, 4509 Indian Wells Dr., 27406 
Anne Harrelson, 5106 McConnel Rd., 

Whitsett, NC 27377 
Kelly Smith, 1850 Whites Kennel Rd., 

Burlington, NC 27215 
Roger Howerton, 2106 Oak Ridge Rd., 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Adrian Harris, 4 Piper Glen Ct, 27406 
Wilma Craig, 3915 Wintergarden Lane-Apt E 

27407 

Leslie Strickland, 3306 Euclid St, 27407 
Lucie Harris, 4 Piper Glen Crt, 27406 
Lib Apple, 2540-C Merritt Dr., 27409 
Beauford Smith, 509 Ritters Lake Rd., 27406 
Shirley Smith, 509 Ritters Lake Rd., 27406 
Clay & Virginia Cook, 71 1 Lakedale Rd 
Colfax, NC 27235 

Reavis & Elsie Marshall, 176 Marshall Smith 
Colfax, NC 27235 

Rena Reynolds, 2512 Belmar St., 27407 
Rev. Charles Hahn, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 
Ed & Dean Malone, 6102 O'Briant Crt., 27410 
Glenn Wise, 8301 Britain's Field Rd., 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Phillip Whitt, 1 101 King George Dr, 27410 
Ray Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr., 

Jamestown, NC 27282 
Donna & Josphne Le Crenier, 

508 W. Acadamy St., Madison, NC 27025 
Rev. Mike Jones, 3507 Fox Place, 27408 
Ed & 11a Chenoweth, 3405 Oberlin Dr, 27405 
Rev. Gerald & Ethel Primm, 1307 Summit Ave. 273-7417 

27405 

Rev. James Fleet, 425 Hendrix St, 27405 
Mosell Apple, 1211 Pembroke Rd., 27408 288-5140 
Pete & Frances Boone, 1714 Grove St., 27403 273-6760 
Rev. Pat Cronin, 6006 Beckenham Way, 273 10 643-0773 
Rev. Maged Basily, 8012 Tarn O'Shanter, 27409 668-3241 



697-9634 



697-9634 



674-0607 



643-4755 



294-6528 



547- 8141 
294-6528 
299-2358 
274-3155 
274-3155 
993-5572 

668-2276 

294-2044 
665-1944 
664-0704 
643-1419 

855-7510 
454-5304 

548- 1518 

288-0020 
621-3517 



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Friendship 
Gate City 



Good News 
Greensboro FBC 

Groometown 
Guilford 



Hispanic 
Immanuel 



Jessup Grove 
Korean Mission 
Lawndale 



Dr. & Mrs Ronald Hill, 288-4027 
212 Country Park Rd. 27455 

J. R. Washington, Jr., 23 1 5 Westhaven Dr., 292-0932 
27403 

Rev. William H. McNeil, 3203 Delmonte Dr., 852-0375 
27406 

Jesse J. Scott, 5 Jans Crt, 27405 62 1 -0 1 26 
Rev. David & Lisa Horton, 454-8054 

1101 New Hampshire Dr., Jamestown NC 27282 

Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr. 812-31 73 
Jamestown, NC 27282 

Rachel McCloud, 2111 Hardie Ct., 27403 292-1343 

Charlie Gray, 43 10 Bramlet Place, 27407 292-4037 

Rev. Joe Hilliard, 2003 Hunterwoods Dr. 812-2919 
High Point, NC 27265 

Ellavey Brown, 2111 Hardie Crt., 27403 292-1342 

Rev. Larry Foust, 2608 Darden Rd., 27406 292-4848 
Donald L. Trapp, 1404 Kellenberger Dr., 27406 697-0310 

Geneva Metzger, 2604 Overbrook Dr., 27408 288-1 877 

Jim Plyler, 3202 Robin Hood Dr., 27408 288-643 1 

Tom Smith, 1000 W. Friendly Ave., 27401 274-3286 

Rev. Charles Phelps, 2653 New Salem Rd., 685-4868 

Climax, NC 27233 

Virginia Phelps, 2653 New Salem, Rd., 685-4868 

Climax, NC 27233 

Bill & Nancy Bentley, 43 1 1 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-7706 

Rev. Oscar Hartis, 1 300 Granada Lane, 27407 294-03 1 1 

Setzer Weston, 5608 Tower Rd., 27410 299-7484 

John Mikles, 5719 Greenview Dr., 27409 299-8155 

Jill Carter, 1113 Maplewood Ave., 887-4859 

High Point, NC 27265 

Jimmy Sowers, 901 Quail Meadow Lane, 993-8300 

Colfax, NC 27235 

Rev. David Duarte, 2819 Dulaire Rd., 27407 834-3230 

Polly Slagle, 2123 Wright Ave., 27403 273-0779 

Jennings & Jean Helm, 43 12 Halifax Rd., 299-1093 

27407 

Tom & Mary Burgess, 5009 Korem Dr., 27409 668-2338 

Ina Smith, 2208 Emerywood Rd., 27403 292-1960 

Rev. Dan Alderman, 4530 Jessup Grove Rd., 668-06 1 5 
27410 

Rev. Moses K. Yu, 1000 W. Friendly Ave. 274-3286 
27401 

Dr. Joe Giaritelli, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Rev. Keith Feather, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Joe Robertson, 5904 Founders Dr., 27410 852-0330 

Dee Willis, 3407 Normandy Rd., 27408 288-8377 



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Lindley Park 



Living Hope 

Mission 
New Bessemer 



New Horizon 
Northeast 



Northside 

Parkway 

Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 

Rankin 



Reedy Fork 



Ed Roberts, 5612 Greenwich Dr., 27410 855-8082 

Rev. Rickey A. Letson, 40 1 Walker Ave., 292-576 1 
27403 

Betty Powers, 2815 Sherwood St., 27403 292-4996 

Rev. Roger Mathis, PO Box 2688, 342-3427 

Reidsville, NC 27323 

Rev. Otis Davis, 210 Amberwood Dr. ° 292-0299 

Jamestown. NC 27282 

Rev. David Ray, 2116 Danbrook Rd., 697-8583 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Frances Funderburk, 807 Huffine Mill Rd., 375-3439 

27405 

Audrey Hutchison, 730 Westland Dr., 27410 292-6288 

Etta Cobb, 2512 Huffine Mill Rd., 621-5520 

Mcleansville, NC 27301 

Rev. Mark Gray, 52 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-0727 
Dr. Wilson Stewart, 3513 Brookfield Dr., 27410 288-1 125 

Larry Hunter, 4907 Longleaf Rd., 697-9471 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Dorrence Stewart, 3513 Brookfield Dr., 27410 288-1 125 

Douglas Maness, 4522 Burlington Rd., 27405 375-5278 

Rev. & Mrs. Thomas Brown, 288-8742 

2903 Lawndale Dr., 27408 

Myrtle Cockman, 2109 Maple St., 27405 273-0486 

Bobby Matthews, 91 1 Chatfield Dr., 27410 852-2351 

Irene Melton, 1315 Vine St., 27405 274-0241 

Randall Floyd, 141 1 Benjamin Pkwy, 27408 288-2710 

Dr. James May, 141 1 Benjamin Pkwy , 27408 288-2710 

Gladys Vincent, 391 1 Dogwood Dr., 27410 282-1812 

Eugene Henley, 606 Westminister Dr., 27410 288-1833 

Rev. Gerald Stump, 2022 W. Vandalia, 27407 299-608 1 

Eva Puett, 2507 Roland Dr., 27407 294-4853 

Rev. Michael Barrett, PO Box 157, 674-5382 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Joe & Lottie Dix, 4505 Bromley Rd., 27406 674-3501 

Wade Wylie, 4 1 08 Old Julian Rd., 697-75 1 7 

Julian, NC 27283 

Rev. John Jarman, 3317 Summit Ave., 27405 621-3343 

Freda Watson, 1422 Rock Spring St., 27405 621-4976 

Al Brown, 12 Brighton PL., 27410 282-8286 

Rev. John Byrd, 2906 Loretta Lane, 27405 621-51 44 

Susan Owen, 48 Mansfield Cir., 27455 288-8140 

Jack & Edith Slate, 1404 Spry St., 27405 621-4541 

Dot Hoyle, 1 560 Countryside Dr., 27405 62 1 -5 1 62 

Lucille Lewis, 4512 Lawndale Dr.-Room 330 288-2644 

27455 

Peggy Clark, 4908 Yanceyville Rd. 621-0875 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 



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Rocky Knoll Arnold & Frankie Culbreth, 3217 Edenwood Dr., 274-071 1 
27406 

Rolling Roads Rev. Paul Crews, 2800 Vanstory St., 27407 855-5076 

Bob Roach, 4202 Summerglen Dr., 27406 299-6574 

Monica Vaughan, 2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 

Sedgefield Dr. Andy Royals, P.O. Box 1071 472-3556 
Thomasville, NC 27360 

Ron Smith Sr., 424 Routh Circle, 27406 274-0250 

Conrad Wade, 2409 Fry St., 27403 294- 1 062 

John Flack, 1013 Pineburr Rd., 887-7480 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Shirley Alley, 4333 Kimmeridge Rd., 27406 674-2349 

Sharpe Rd. Dr. Alton Cook, 2002 Sharpe Rd., 27406 273-2154 

Milton Straughn, 3610 E. Lee St., 27406 697-7433 

Grady & Dell Causey, 2 1 22 Lynwood Dr., 674-0598 

27406 

Herb & Jo Lemons, 5471 Dona Rd., 685-4737 
Julian, NC 27283 

Melinda Lewellyn, 2304 Chariot Dr.-#4, 27406 449-5465 

Louise Purgason, 4900 Millpoint Rd., 27406 697-8577 

Bobbie McKeithan, 3 18 E. Vandalia, 27406 674-6489 

Boots Oldham, 973 Antigua Ln., 27406 676-8 1 69 

Wilma Monroe, 5111 Mockingbird, 27406 674-6489 

Rev. Charles J. Tomlin, 511 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-9861 



South Elm Street 
Southeast 
Southside 



Teresa Tomlin, 5 1 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-986 1 

Lonnie Baxley, Jr., 4708 Edinborough, 27406 674-6538 

Rev. Steve Walsh, 3110 Woodpoint Dr. 299-7126 
Jamestown, NC 27282 

Shirley Barbee, 1902 Urban Dr., 27403 275-6926 

Elsie Hampton, 404 Ravenwood Dr., 27409 299-8473 
Gene Pickard, 23 1 1 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 299-3291 

Betty Martin, 2420 W. Florida St., 27403 292-1210 

Betty Walker, 2208 Maybank St., 27403 299-6643 

Elsie Hampton, 404 Ravenwood Dr., 27409 299-8473 

Stevens Memorial Bea Sutton, 230 Bond St., 27405 375-4503 

Thelma Wilson, 20 1 Twain Rd., 27405 272-7262 

Paul & Ray Mason, 2010 Twain Rd., 27405 621-6726 

Lucille Grubbs, 3305 Martin Ave., 27405 621-4846 

Summerfield FBC Dr. Deryl Holliday, PO Box 400, 643-6383 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

Doug Parrish, 7404 Whitaker Ct., 643-347 1 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Rev. Mark Smith, PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Garland Barker, 4905 Tamaron Dr., 274 10 643-3794 

Rev. Ron Freeman, PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 



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Rev. Joe Lang, 8102 Daltonshire Dr., 643-5180 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Marilyn Lang, 8102 Daltonshire Dr., 643-5180 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Rev. Roger Barricks, PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Walter Holder, Rt. 2-3044 Pleasant Ridge Rd., 643-3814 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Rev. Odell Scott, 5800 Lake Brandt Rd., 27405 828-4708 

Gladys Osborne, 7752 Robinson Rd., 643-4452 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Sumner Rev. & Mrs. Charles Stevens, 315-0072 

4453 Old Randleman Rd. 27406 

Michael Tidwell, 8 1 8 Branner Oak Dr., 27406 370-0867 



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PIEDMONT 
Representatives on Assn. Executive Board 



(To include, if not listed, for Each Church: Pastor, One Other Staff Person, 
Brotherhood Dir., WMU Dir., Chrm. Of Deacons, Finance Comm. 
Chrm. (Treasurer), Sunday School Dir. Listed are members who serve on the 
Executive Board in addition to the above positions.) 

Bethany Positions Listed Above 

Brandt Oaks Positions Listed Above 
Buchanan Positions Listed Above 

Calvary Positions Listed Above 

Camp Herman Positions Listed Above 

Rev. Richard Nunn, 7064 Kelly Coltrane Rd 675-1025 
Randleman, NC 27317 

Al Hall, 3915 Martin Ave., 27405 375-5153 

Harold Brady, 5719 Summit Ave. 62 1 - 1 074 

Brown Summit, 27214 

Jimmy Stout, 2728 Pindale Rd., 27405 621-9433 

Maynard Nance, 5733 Summit Ave. 62 1 -0836 
Brown Summit, 27214 
Central Positions Listed Above 
Clifton Road Positions Listed Above 

Ruth Smith, 252 1 Overbrook Dr.,27408 288-3877 

Judy Gregory, 561 3-D Hornaday Rd., 27409 856-7557 

Lib Apple, 2540-C Merritt Dr., 27407 299-2358 

Vela Godwin. 4013 Hewitt Dr., 27407 1 855-6534 

Rev. Don Rumple, 9 1 8 Lakecrest Ave. 886-7588 

High Point 27265 

Herb Meadows, 6048 McLeansville Rd., 697-8364 

McLeans ville, 27301 

Tony Powers, 45 14 Peeples Rd., Oak Ridge, 664-8004 
27310 

Colfax Positions Listed Above 

Shirley Smith, 509 Ritters Lake Rd.,27406 274-3 155 

Virginia Cook, 7 1 1 Lakedale Rd., Colfax, 993-5572 
27235 

Reavis & Elsie Marshall, 1 76 Marshall 668-2276 

Smith Rd., Colfax, 27235 

Rena Reynolds, 2512 Belmar St., 27407 294-2044 

Carolyn Lawson,. PO Box 147, Colfax, 27235 993-3960 

College Park Positions Listed Above 

Cornerstone Positions Listed Above 

Rev. Charles H. Hahn, 5736 Inman Rd.,27410 665-1944 

Joe Crabtree, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 

James Handley, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 

Brenda Bodford, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 



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DayStar 



Eller Memorial 
Florida Street 
Friendly Arabic 
Friendly Avenue 



Friendship 
Gate City 



Gethsemane 
Gibsonville First 
Good News 



Greensboro First 



Groometown 
Guilford 



Positions Listed Above 

Joy Whitt, 1101 King George Dr., 27410 

Randy & Trisha Minix, 5502 White Blossom 

Dr., 27410 
Ray & Mary Lou Holoman, 1113 New 

Hampshire Dr., Jamestown, 27282 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Doug Watts, 4408 Green Forest Dr., 27410 
George Hayes, 722 Westland Dr., 27410 
Sara Parker, 1 199 Hayes Forest Dr. 

Winston Salem, 27106 
Rev. Jack Morris, 2802 Manor House Crt., 

27407 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Bill Breedlove, 100 Burrows Rd., Jamestown, 

27282 

Rev. Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr., 

Jamestown, 27282 
Rev. Joe Hilliard, 2003 Hunterwoods Dr., 

High Point, 27265 
Rachel McCloud, 2111 Hardie Crt., 27403 
Charles Gray, 4310 Bramlet Place, 27407 
No Information 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Evette Law, 3908 Orchard Knoll Dr., 27405 
Vicki Sinclair, 106-D Tall Oaks Dr., 27455 
Henry Strayhorn, PO Box 188, Sedalia, 27342 
Bishop Lesane, 1906 Sheree Ln., 27406 
Harold Feimster, 3550-E Farmington Dr., 27407 
Laura Newkirk, 808-H Marsh St., 27406 
Dr. Steve Pressley, 4508 Tower Rd, 27410 
Dr. Stu Allen, 1211 Valleymede Rd., 27410 
Dr. Ed Vaughan, 2632 Walker Ave., 27403 
tred Binder, 1902 Cordova Dr., 27410 
"Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Joann Dalton, 6105 Trotter Ridge Rd., 

Summerfield, 27358 
W. A. Foust, 40 Forest Lake Circle, 27407 
Rev. Oscar Hartis, 1300 Granada Lane, 27407 
Rev. Ronald Prevatte, 6314 Lakebend Crt., 

27410 



855-7510 
643-6379 

454-5204 



299-8812 
292-4879 
759-0906 

299-6889 



454-6376 

812-3173 

812-2919 

292-1343 
292-4037 



621-0547 
288-0742 
697-1674 
697-7632 
855-8108 
691-1568 
855-6739 
299-9812 
299-7909 
288-3857 



643-8743 

299-3103 
294-0311 
665-6105 



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Tom & Jill Underwood, 5824 Stoney Glen Loop, 632-1690 
27409 

John Mikles, 5719 Greenview Dr., 27409. 299-8155 
Hillcrest Positions Listed Above 

C. J. Kasey, #5 Billinghaus Lane, 27455 288-5632 
Hispanic Positions Listed Above 
Hunter Hills Positions Listed Above 

Jim Stagg, 3809 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-1332 

Barry Darnell, 3991 River Pt Pi #3F, 299-1332 
High Point, 27265 

William Beck, 3210 Derby Circle, High Point, 299-1332 
27265 

Kenneth & Sharon Hipsley, 5978 Hickory 299-1332 

Grove Rd., 27407 

Paul Eanes, 2404 Lakeshore Dr., 27407 299-1332 

Jack Bailey, 1606 Brewster Dr., 27409 299-1 332 
Immanuel Positions Listed Above 

Wayne Ouzts, 3704 Wood Burn Dr., 27407 230-1 149 
Jessup Grove Positions Listed Above 

Bobby & Alice Anderson, 305 Anderson Trail, 95 1-2898 

Reidsville, 27320 

Earline Anderson, 8429 Rumbley Rd. } 643-9723 
Summerfield, 27358 
Korean Mission Positions Listed Above 

Richard Park, 2509 Calumet Crt., High Point 454-4705 
27265 

Jaecheol Park, 5518-H Tomahawk, 27410 851-9250 

Keun Bae Chung, 5215-D Fox Hunt Dr., 27407 843-9250 
Lankford Mem. Positions Listed Above 

Richie Barabour, 3818 Pineway Dr., 27405 375-7089 

Charlie Jones, 3421 Yanceyville St., 27405 621-5377 

Earl & Alma Epperson, 2713 Richard St., 375-5035 
27405 

Shirley Rogers, 6600 Lismore Dr., Browns 62 1 -72 1 1 
Summit, 27214 
Lawndale Positions Listed Above 

Rev. Keith Feather, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Keith Smith, 1423 Davenport Crt., Kernersville, 992-1324 
27284 

Bill Bailey, 3402 Willow Grove Crt., 27410 282-3270 
Lindley Park Positions Listed Above 

Gregory Heath, 81 1 Scott Ave., 27403 294-4813 

Bill Payne, 5302 Guida Dr., 27410 854-8555 

June Rash, 4307 Menfro PI., 27409 668-0587 

Kathleen Renegar, 825 Edgemont Rd., 27407 379-83 12 

Bea Ray, 4802 Starmount Dr., 27410 299-3321 



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Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 



New Hope 



New Horizon 

Northeast 
Northside 



Outreach 
Parkway 

Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 



Pleasant Grove 
Rankin 



Helen Rose, 2121 Sprucewood Dr., 27409 
Positions Listed Above 
Pat Allen, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 
Positions Listed Above 
Rev. David Ray, 2116 Danbrook Dr., 

McLeansville, 27301 
Shane Swaim,7101 Windbreak Rd., 

McLeansville, 27301 
Frances Funderburk, 807 Huffine Mill Rd 
27405 

George Long, 3707 Hines Chapel Rd., 

McLeansville, 27301 
Harold Bynum, 4103 Peterson Ave., 27405 
Positions Listed Above 
Jim & Pam Lanier, 287 Nottingham Way 

Reidsville,. 27320 
Jerry Hewlett, 5005 Watlington Rd. #1 27405 
Danny Clark, 71 13 Friendship Church Rd. 

McLeansville, 27301 
Positions Listed Above 

Josh Parrish, 2200 Cornwallis Apt- 104, 27408 

Positions Listed Above 

Positions Listed Above 

Rev. Bobby Lewis, 152 Birch Creek, 
McLeansville, 27301 

Neal Matthews, 1812 BrookclifT, 27408 

Irene Melton, 1315 Vine St., 27405 

Myrtle Cockman, 2109 Maple, 27405 

John Gregory, 2307 Fortune Lane, 27408 

No Information 

Positions Listed Above 
Rev. Randall Floyd, 200 Church View Dr 

27455 
Positions Listed Above 
Buster Blythe, 4004 Springbrook Dr. 27407 
Positions Listed Above 
Rev. Marty Tobin, 4501 Whitby PL., 27406 
Rev. Richard Lewis, 491 1 Forest Oaks Dr 

27406 '* 

Wade Wylie,4108 Old Julian Rd., Julian, 27283 
Dr. Vernon Williams, 1701 Sparrow Rd 

Pleasant Garden, 27313 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 

Betty Clark, 1403 Guest St., 27405 3 75-3492 
Judy Jarman, 109 Churchview Dr., 27455 644-7234 
Asa Rasson, 4325 Burlington Rd., 27405 621-7747 



299-4048 

275-1349 

697-8583 

656-7867 

375-3439 

621-0004 

375-5629 

951-0078 

621-8868 
656-3058 

286-6653 

697-1419 

288-3571 
274-0241 
273-0486 
288-3642 

664-0580 

294-3241 

676-0278 
674-8312 

697-7517 
674-5259 



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Joe Hampton, 6 St. Catherine Cir., 27455 282-8093 

Edwin Chenowith, 3405 Oberlin Dr., 27405 621-3517 
Positions Listed Above 

Rev. William R. Young, Jr., 781 1 French Dr., 656-4865 

Browns Summit, 27214 

Franklin Bowman, 3930 NC 1 50 E. , Browns 656-7555 

Summit, 27214 

Robert Ingold, 6603 Lismore Dr., 62 1 -4363 

Browns Summit, 27214 

H. C. Joines, 600 Archergate Rd., 288-6420 

Brown Summit, 27214 

Joey Williams, 1510 Fairview St., 27405 272-2168 
Positions Listed Above 

Mark Talbert, Sr., 4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 664-0306 

Margaret Morgan, 614 Creekridge Rd., 27406 275-2658 

Frankie Culbreth, 3217 Edenwood Dr., 274-071 1 
27406 

Jimmy McCaskill, 4861 Laren Taylor Dr, 43 1-1477 
Trinity, 27570 

Louise Wagoner 34 1 W. Vandalia Rd., 27406 275-6006 
Positions Listed Above 

Monica Vaughan, 2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 

Bob & Jean Roach, 4202 Summerglen Dr., 299-6574 

27406 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 

Susan Morris, 45 1 6 School way Dr., 27406 674-663 8 

Lisa Capps, 5 104 Field-Homey Rd., 27406 676-4537 

Milton Straughn, 3610 E. Lee St., 27406 697-7433 

Mr. & Mrs. Cletus Yow, Jr., 2822 Wright- Yow 697-9505 

Lane, 27406 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 

Wilma Monroe, 5 1 1 Mockingbird, 27406 674-6489 

Bobbie McKeithan, 3 1 8 E. Vandalia, 27406 674-6489 

Beulah W. (Boots) Oldham, 973 Antigua Ln., 676-8 1 69 

27406 
Positions Listed Above 

Patricia Bennett, 4204 Stonehenge Rd., 27406 674-3 1 1 1 

Gene Ledbetter, 4002 Oakcliffe, 27406 674-3895 
Positions Listed Above 

Rodney Mitchell, 6174 Sussex Tr., 685-0843 

Pleasant Garden, 27313 

Elsie Hampton, 404 Ravenwood Dr., 27409 299-8473 

Barry Morgan, 5301 Elmcrest Dr., 27406 292-3644 

Betty Walker, 2208 Maybank St., 27403 299-6643 



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Stevens Memorial Positions Listed Above 

Judy Patterson, 2407 Running Brook Dr., 288-795 1 
27408 

Bea Sutton, 230 Bond St., 27405 375-4503 

Thelma Wilson, 1 309 Bogart St., 27405 272-7262 

Lucille Grubbs, 3305 Martin Ave., 27405 621-4846 
Summerfield First Positions Listed Above 

Rev. Ron Freeman, PO Box 400, Summerfield, 643-6383 
27358 

Rev. Joe Lang, 5102 Daltonshire Dr., 643-5180 

Oak Ridge 27310 

Tommy Lawrence, 7924 Highfill Rd., 643-3523 

Summerfield, 27358 

Jack Reid, 7926 Highfill Rd., Summerfield, 643-0096 

27358 

Sumner Positions Listed Above 

Allen Winters, 5325 Audrey Rd, 27406 292-2857 
Vietnamese Positions Listed Above 
Willomore Positions Listed Above 

Tim Mundy, 5546 Ramseur Julian Rd., 622-0332 
Liberty, 27298 

Ernest Jones, 5312 Manson Rd., Julian, 27283 697-9893 

Phil Armfield, 5755 Johnston Crt., Climax, 685-9788 
27233 

Johnny Greeson, 4227 McConnell Rd., 27406 697-0291 
Woodlake Positions Listed Above 

Roy Entrekin, 5401 Autumn Woods Dr., 27407 854-2256 



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MINISTERS AVAILABLE FOR SUPPLY 



Dennis Blackmon 

3708 Hobbs Rd., 27410 
J. Bolejack 

5507 Greenridge Dr., McLeansville, NC 2730 
Wofford Boyd 

5602 Courtfield Dr., 27455 
Ward Burch 

4226 Sullivans Lake Dr., 27410 
William Claffey 

2404 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 
Andy Cline 

1511 Larsen St., 27407 
Reginald Cook 

201 Ray St., 27406 
Manuel Cunnup 

415 Hillcrest Ave. 

Goldston, NC 27252 
Victor Dowd 

700 S. Holden Rd., 27407 
T. W. Estes 

4827 Tower Rd., 27410 
James Fleet 

425 E. Hendrix St., 27405 
David Fleming 

P. O. Box 16698, 27416 
Bob Glasgow 

4603 Vickery Chapel Rd., 27407 
Ronald Hill 

212 Country Park Rd., 27455 
Joseph Lang 

8102 Daltonshire Dr., Oak Ridge, 273 10 
Jay Love 

708 Montrose Dr., 27410 
Lonnie Marsh 

6605 Poplar Grove Trail, 27410 
Barry Nealy 

5305 Bayberry Ln., 27405 
Dewey Price 

8040 National Service Rd., Colfax, NC 27235 
Gerald Primm 

1307 Summit Ave., 27405 



288-6268 
697-0104 
373-2234 
297-9678 
855-9045 
855-3886 
275-2015 

1-919-898-2268 
854-1330 
294-1284 

272- 3340 

454-3927 

288-4027 

643-5180 

299-0258 
605-0821 
574-8120 Beeper 159 

545-1562 

605-9920 

273- 7417 



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Jimmy Roberts 

1401 Mizpah Church Rd., Reidsville, NC 27320 349-3101 
Bob Southern 

1814 Dublin Dr., 27408 288-4219 
Roy Thornberry 

6332 Cape Wedgewood Circle, Browns Summit, 27214 621-2294 
Vernon Williams 

1701 Sparrow Rd., Pleasant Garden, 273 13 674-5259 
Bennie Wright 

3243 Jidemi Rd., 27406 674-0978 



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Senior Pastor 



Bethany Rev. Fred Hardin, 571 1 Davis Mill Rd., 27406 

Brandt Oaks Rev. Mark Lile-King, 

4600 Lake Brandt Rd., 27455 
Buchanan Rev. Alfred E. Lawhome, 

204 Buchanan Ch Rd., 27405 
Calvary Rev. Terry l^irsen, 930 Knox Rd. 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Camp Herman Rev. Roy Carter, 6806 Taylor Wood Ln. 

Pleasant Garden NC 27313 
Colfax Rev. Beauford Smith, 

509 Ritters Lake Rd., 27406 
Central Rev. Kenneth D. Clark, 7507 Keating Dr. 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Clifton Road Dr. Adrian Harris, 4 Piper Glen Court, 27406 
College Park Rev. Michael S. Usey, 

111 W. Keeling Rd., 27403 
Cornerstone Dr. Richard A. Byrd, 5736 Inman Rd., 274 1 
DayStar Rev. Phillip K. Whitt, 

1101 King George Dr., 27410 
Eller Memorial Rev. Michael Jones, 3507 Fox PI., 27408 
Florida Street Rev. Richard Kidd, 1403 W. Florida St., 27403 
Friendly Avenue Rev. Pat Cronin, 6006 Beckenham Way 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Friendship Rev. William H. McNeil, 

3202 Delmonte Dr., 27406 
Gate City Rev. David B. Horton, 

1101 New Hampshire Dr., Jamestown, NC 27282 
Good News Rev. Larry P. Foust, 2608 Darden Rd., 27406 292-4848 
Gethsemane Rev. Mark Cranford, PO Box 1 3364, 274 1 5 
Gibsonville FBC Rev. James Smyrl, 600 Springwood Ave. 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 
Greensboro FBC Dr. Ken Massey, 1000 W. Friendly Ave., 27401 
Groometown Rev. Charles Phelps, 2653 New Salem Rd. 

Climax, NC 27233 

Guilford Dr. Richard S. Hipps, 6304 Spyglass Ct., 27410 665-9978 

Hillcrest Rev. Larry Pugh, 24 1 5 Rettrop Dr. 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Hunter Hills Rev. Jake J. Thornhill, Jr. 

1806 Merritt Dr., 27407 
Hispanic Rev. David Duarte, 2819 Dulaire Rd., 27407 

Jessup Grove Rev. Dan Alderman, 1509 Rankin Rd., 27405 
Lankford Mem Rev. Jack L. Moody, 2814 Lees Chapel Rd. 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Lawndale Dr. Joe Giaritelli, 3505 Lawndale Dr. ,27408 

Lindley Park Rev. Rickey A. Letson, 

4010 Walker Ave., 27403 



674-5543 
282-2683 

375-6865 

697-9634 

685-0905 

274- 3155 

643-1086 

294-6528 
294-0231 

665-1944 
855-7510 

288-0020 

275- 9178 
643-0773 

852-0375 

454-8054 



643-3126 
449-0217 

274-3286 
685-4868 



954-0632 

299-1332 

834-3230 
621-9659 
621-8337 

288-3824 
887-3694 



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Magnolia Street Rev. James W. Jordan, 275-1349 

1203 Magnolia St., 27401 

New Bessemer Rev. Otis Davis, 210 Amberwood Dr. 292-0299 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

New Hope Rev . Phillip D. Mosley, 954-7722 

1379 Lee's Chapel Rd., 27455 

New Horizon Rev. Mark Gray, 5210 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-0727 
Northeast Dr. Wilson Stewart, 3513 Brookfield Dr., 27410 288-1 125 

Northside Rev. Thomas G. Brown, 288-8742 

2903 Lawndale Dr., 27408 

Outreach Rev. Joseph Duke, P.O. Box 14983, 27415 275-4456 

Parkway Dr. James May, 141 1 Benjamin Pkwy, 27408 288-2710 

Pleasant Garden Rev. Michael J. Barrett, 2203 Wilson Mills Ct. 674-5390 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Pleasant Grove Rev. Ralph Metcalf, 902 West Brook Ct. 861-6586 

Archdale, NC 27263 

Rankin Rev. John B. Jarman III, 644-7234 

109 Church View Dr., 27455 

Reedy Fork Dr. Stephen D. Gunter, 4710 Yanceyville Rd. 621-9428 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rolling Roads Rev. Paul Crews, 2310 Pinecroft Rd., 27407 315-8739 

Sedgefield Dr. Andy Royals, 6007 High Point Rd., 27407 852-2855 

Sharpe Road Dr. Alton Cook, 2002 Sharpe Rd., 27406 273-2 1 54 

Sixteenth Street Rev. Robert Thurman, 900 16 th Street, 27405 621-5541 

South Elm Street Dr. Lawrence E. Clapp, 1 1 94 Legacy Dare Dr., 379-8614 

Pleasant Garden NC 273 13 

Southeast Rev. Charles J. Tomlin, 674-9861 

16 Hastings Cir, 27406 

Southside Rev. Steven O. Walsh, 3110 Woodpoint Dr. 299-7 1 26 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Stevens Memorial Rev. Larry K. Patterson, 288-7951 

2407 Running Brook Dr., 27408 

Summerfield Dr. Deryl B. Holliday, P.O. Box 400 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Sumner Rev. Charles Stevens, 315-0072 

4453 Old Randleman Rd., 27406 

Vietnamese Rev. Hoa Due Vo, 3 19 N. Elam Ave. 27403 632-8786 

Willomore Rev. Donald Shelton, 674-7767 

4722 Randleman Rd. 27406 

Woodlake Rev. Thomas L. Vogler Sr., 409 E. Sheraton 674-1 865 
Place Rd., Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



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PIEDMONT 

Mission Pastor 

Friendly Avenue Rev. Maged Basily, 668-3241 

8023 Tarn O'Shanter Dr., 27409 
Greensboro FBC Rev. Moses Yu, 297-48 1 3 

5233 Fox Hunt Dr. Apt F, 27407 
Guilford Rev. JeffChetwood, 5000 Country Club Rd., 765-5543 

Winston Salem, NC 27104 
New Horizon Rev. Roger Mathis, PO Box 2688, 342-3427 

Reidsville, NC 27323 



PIEDMONT 
Associate Pastor 



Calvary Rev. Craig Saunders, 930 Knox Rd. 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Camp Herman Rev. Richard Nunn, 7064 Kelly Coltrane Dr. 674-1025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Clifton Road Rev. Don Rumple, 918 Lakecrest Ave. 886-7588 

High Point, NC 27265 

College Park Ms. Dor isanne Cooper, 273-1779 

1601 Walker Ave., 27403 

Cornerstone Rev. Charles C. Hahn, 5736 Inman Rd. 27410 665-1944 

Greensboro FBC Dr. Steve Pressley, 4508 Tower Rd., 27410 855-6739 

Guilford Rev. Ronald D. Prevatte, 665-6105 

6314Lakebend Ct. , 27410 

Hunter Hills Dr. Jim Stagg, 3809 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-1332 

New Bessemer Rev. David Ray, 697-8583 

2116 Danbrook Rd., McLeansville, NC 27301 

Northside Rev. Bobby Lewis, 1 52 Birch Creek Rd. 697- 1419 

McLeansville NC 27301 

Pleasant Garden Rev. Marty Tobin, 4501 Whitby PI., 27406 676-0278 

Reedy Fork Rev. William R. Young Jr. 656-4865 

781 1 French Dr., Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Mr. Mark Talbert, Sr., 664-0306 

4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 

Summerfield FBC Rev. Roger C. Barricks, 643-6383 

P.O. Box 400, Summerfield NC 27358 
Woodlake Rev. Douglas Thomas, 685-1865 

5980 Surrie Trails, Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



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PIEDMONT 
Ordained Ministers 



Calvary 

Central 
Clifton Road 

Colfax 
College Park 



Cornerstone 
Friendly Avenue 



Gate City 
Greensboro FBC 



Rev. Jay Bolejack, 5507 Greenridge Dr. 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Rev. Richard Thornburg, 6836 Kelly Coltrane 

Dr., Randleman, NC 27317 
Rev. James Campbell, 2604 Atlanta St., 27406 
Rev. Howard Kirkman, 8001 Pate Dr. 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Rev. Jesse Crooks, 770 Rapp St. 

Thomasville, NC 27639 
Rev. Glen Cockran, 4507 Beckford, 27407 
Rev. David Fleming, P.O. Box 16698, 27416 
Rev. Clay Cook, 71 1 Lakedale Rd., 

Colfax, NC 27235 

Rev. Peggy A. Haynes, 4805 Chaucer Dr., 
Rev. Ralph & Tammy Stocks, 
Piroska ktfz 6/B, 1223 Budapest Hungary 
Rev. Jim Laster, 3807 Derbyshire Dr., 27410 



697-0104 



275-6005 
643-4626 

476-3775 

299-5226 
294-3605 
993-5572 

852-4760 



288-8234 

Rev. Brad & Paula Burch,1215 Eagle Rd. 27407 852-3309 

Rev. Jay Love, 708 Montrose Dr., 274 1 299-0258 

Dr. A. L. Parker, 1 199 Hayes Forest Dr. 759-0906 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Rev. J. R. Washington, ,292-0932 
2315 Westhaven Dr., 27403 

Dr. Ronald Hill, 212 Country Park Rd., 27455 288-4027 

Rev. Robert A. Cline, 1511 Larson St., 27407 855-3886 

Rev. Marvin Bass, 4122 Stirrup Dr., 27407 292-2907 

Dr. Ray Benfield, 2716 Cardiff Ct. 765-5635 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Rev. Jim Burch, 5151 Autumncrest Dr., 27407 292-8544 

Rev. Ward Burch, 4226 Sullivans Lake Dr., 297-9678 
27410 

Rev. Dwight Fickling, 405 Westover Terr, 274-3 133 
27403 

Rev. Kenneth Helms, 3205 Cottage PI., 27455 282-8828 

Rev. Richard C. Lewis, 674-83 1 2 

4911 Forest Oaks, 27406 

Rev. John W. Lipscomb, 852-2484 

700 S. Holden Rd. Rm Bl 14, 27407 

Rev. Geneva Metzger, 2604 Overbrook Dr. 288-4773 

27408 

Rev. Coolidge Porterfield, 702 Sussex Ct. 852-0620 
27410 

Rev. Joe Ratliff, 1601 Swannanoa Dr. 27410 852-0636 

Dr. S.C.Ray, 299-7167 

6 1 00 W. Friendly Apt 42 1 1 , 274 1 

Rev. H. D. Roe, 1206 Cleburne St. 27408 272-3979 



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Guilford 

Hunter Hills 
Immanuel 
Jessup Grove 
Lankford Mem 
Lawndale 



New Bessemer 
New Hope 
Northeast 



Parkway 
Pleasant Garden 

Rankin 

Southside 
Summerfield FBC 

Sumner 
Willomore 

Woodlake 



Rev. T. W. Estes, 4827 C Tower Dr. 27410 
Rev. Dewey Price, 8040 National Service Rd. 
Colfax, NC 27235 

Rev. Tim Carter, 1113 Maplewood Ave. 
High Point, NC 27265 
Rev. Daniel Lowe, 
1 13 Dolly Madison Rd. 27410 
Rev. Larry Thompson,. 
2417 Four Seasons Blvd, 27406 
Rev. James Purdy, 
2601 Shady Lawn Dr., 27408 
Rev. Earl Epperson, 2713 Richard St., 27405 
Rev. Ralph Webb, 3710 Lynhaven Dr., 27406 
Rev. Richard Kidd, 
L101N. Elm St. # 504, 27401 
Rev. James Roberts, 1401 Mizpah Church Rd. 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
Rev. Fred Rogers, 22 Heathrow Ct., 27410 
Dr. Barry Nealy, 5305 Bayberry Ln., 27455 
Rev. Victor Dowd, 700 S. Holden Rd., 27403 
Rev. Luther Brame, 915 Cherry St., 27401 
Rev. Douglas Maness, 
4522 Burlington Rd., 27405 
Rev. Dale Elwell, 4249 Mclntyre Rd. 
Gibsonville, NC. 27249 
Rev. Stan Johnson, 5020 Hicone Rd., 27405 
Rev. Ernie Lilly, 1803 Downing St., 27410 
Dr. Vernon Williams 

1701 Sparrow Rd, Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 
Rev. Richard Lewis, 
491 1 Forest Oaks Dr., 27406 
Rev. Roy Thornberry, 6332 Cape Wedgewood 
Cir. Browns Summit, 27214 
Rev. John Byrd, 2906 Loretta Ln., 27405 
Rev. William Claffey, 
2404 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 
Rev. Joe Lang, 8 i 02 Daltonshire Dr. 
Summerfield, NC 27358 
Rev. Odell Scott, 5800 Lake Brandt Rd. 27405 



294-1284 
605-9920 

887-4859 

299-1332 

852-7655 

288-8515 

375-5035 
292-2204 
275-6374 

349-3101 

282-2771 
545-1562 
854-1330 
274-2352 
375-5278 

449-5085 

375-7788 
288-8041 
674-5259 

674-8312 

621-2294 



855-9045 



643-0468 



282-4708 



Rev. Lowell Schuman, 7600 Wallingford Rd., 27409 

Rev. Charlie Landreth, 674-5 1 74 
6614Coltrane Mill Rd., 27406 

Rev. Harding Coon, 801 Terrell St.,27406 275-5690 

Rev. Clyde Church, 2500 Magaerite Dr. 27406 697-7594 

Rev. Eddie Leggett, 3610 Bernie Rd. 674-640 1 
Climax, NC. 27233 

Rev. Douglas Thomas, 5980 Surrie Trails, 685-9775 
Pleasant Garden, NC. 273 13 



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PIEDMONT 
Ministers Ordained During Year 



Camp Herman Rev. Richard Nunn, 7064 Kelly Coltrane Dr. 674- 1 025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Gate City Rev. Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr. 312-31 73 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Groometown Rev. Charles Phelps, 2653 New Salem Rd. 685-4868 

Climax, NC 27233 

Guilford Rev. Tim Carter, 1113 Maplewood Ave. 887-4859 

High Point, NC 27265 
Jessup Grove Rev. James Purdy, 2601 Shady Lawn Dr. 27408 288-8515 

New Bessemer Rev. David Ray, 2116 Danbrook Rd, 621-8583 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Northside Rev. Bobby Lewis, 1 52 Birch Creek Rd. 697- 1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Pleasant Garden Rev. Charles Phelps, 2653 New Salem Rd. 685-4868 

Climax, NC 27233 

Pleasant Grove Rev. David E. Mills, D 288-3 125 
2205 New Garden Rd. Apt 2416, 27410 



PIEDMONT 

Ministers Licensed During Year 

Groometown Rev. Charles Phelps, 2653 New Salem Rd. 685-3 1 25 
Climax, NC 27233 

Northside Rev. Bobby Lewis, 1 52 Birch Creek Rd. 697- 1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Sharpe Road Rev. Todd Wyrick, 303 Myrna Rd. 697-5487 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Sixteenth Street Rev. David Tucker, 900 1 6th Street, 27405 62 1 -554 1 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers of Education 



Calvary Rev. Craig Saunders, 930 Knox Rd. 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Clifton Road Rev. Don Rumple, 9 1 8 Lakecrest Avenue 886-7588 

High Point, NC 27265 

Cornerstone Rev. Charles C. Hahn, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 

Florida Street Rev. Steve Sparks, 3001 Mornstar PI., 27406 852-4667 

Friendly Avenue Rev. Samuel C. Morris, 299-6889 

2802 Manor House Ct., 27407 

Gate City Rev. Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr. 812-31 73 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Good News Sherlock Bynum, 1412 Cypress St., 27405 272-2683 

Greensboro FBC Rev. Charles Quails, 5404 Emerald Springs Ct. 297-1813 

27407 



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Guilford Rev. Ronald D. Prevatte 665-6105 

6314Lakebend Ct„ 27410 

Hunter Hills Dr. Jim Stagg, 3809 Halifax Rd, 27407 299-1332 

Jessup Grove Rev. Hap Holt, 3534-C Lawndale Dr., 27408 545-2922 

Lawndale Rev. Keith Feather, 3505 Lawndale Dr.,27408 288-3824 

New Bessemer Rev. David Ray, 2116 Danbrook Rd., 697-8583 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Parkway Rev. Randall Floyd, 664-0580 

200 Church View Dr., 27455 

Pleasant Garden Rev. Marty Tobin, 4501 Whitby PL, 27406 676-0278 

Reedy Fork Rev. William R. Young Jr 656-7555 

3930 NC 150 E. Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Rev. Mark Talbert, Sr 664-0306 

4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 

Sedgefield Rev. Johnnie Greeson 697-0291 

4227 McConnell Road, 27406 

Southside Rev. Rodney Mitchell, 685-0843 

6174 Sussex Tr., Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Summerfield FBC Rev. Ronald W. Freeman 643-6383 

P.O. Box 400, Summerfield, NC 27358 



PIEDMONT 
Minister of Youth 



Calvary Robert Worrell, 930 Knox Rd, 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Camp Herman Jimmy Stout, 2728 Pindale Rd., 27405 621-9433 

Central Scott P. Marshall, 8574 Belews Creek Rd. 643-8968 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 
Cornerstone Chris Cornette, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 

Friendly Avenue Stephen Starnes, 3619 Two Oaks Dr., 27410 93 1-0067 

Gate City Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr. 812-31 73 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Gibsonville FBC David Kay, 512 Whitsett St. 449-7578 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Greensboro FBC Ben Vogler, 4897 Chimney Springs Rd. 852-2362 

27407 

Guilford Michael Sowers, 8200 Partridge Rd. 93 1-0978 

Colfax, NC 27235 

Hunter Hills Barry Darnell, 3991 River Point PI Apt # F 299-1332 

High Point, NC 27265 

Hispanic Ruben Perez, 4111 Olympia Dr., 27407 854-0471 

Immanuel Louine Blackmon, 3708 Hobbs Rd., 27410 288-6268 

Lankford Mem Richie Barbour, 3818 Pineway Dr., 27405 375-7089 

Lawndale Wayne Reich, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Lindley Park Patty Forrest, 4010 Walker Ave., 27403 856-0995 



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New Bessemer Paul Greer, 2217 Linda Lane, 27403 507-3947 

New Horizon Josh Parrish, 286-6653 

2200 Cornwallis Dr. Apt 104, 27408 

Northside John Gregory, 2307 Fortune Lane, 27408 288-3642 

Parkway Randall Floyd, 200 Church View Dr., 27455 664-0580 

Pleasant Garden Daniel B. Bare, 59 1 3 Cheshire Dr. 674-54 1 6 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313-9276 

Pleasant Grove David E. Mills, II 288-3 125 

2205 New Garden Road Apt 2416, 27410 
Rankin Joseph Hampton, 6 St. Catherines Cir., 27455 282-8093 

Reedy Fork Franklin Bowman, 3930 NC 150 E. 656-7555 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Mark Talbert Sr. 664-0306 

4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 

Sedgefield Johnny Greeson, 4227 McConnell Rd. 27406 697-029 1 

Sharpe Road Todd Wyrick, 303 Myrna Road 697-5487 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
South Elm Street Mickey Atkinson, 4028 Bluebonnet Dr., 27407 852-50 1 5 

Southeast Gail Ledbetter, 4002 Oakcliffe Rd., 27406 674-3895 

Southside Rodney Mitchell, 6 1 74 Sussex Tr, 685-0843 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Stevens Memorial Todd Nichols, 5406 Turner Smith Rd. 656-3760 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Summerfield FBC Mark E. Smith, P. O. Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 
Vietnamese Cuong Tnieu, 2007 Sharpe Rd. 27406 

Woodlake Wanda Burger, 5855 Chaucer Trail 685-023 1 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers of Recreation 



Clifton Road David Odom, 7705 Thomas Rd. 643-8586 

Stokesdale NC 27357 

Friendly Avenue Jane Byrd, 104 Manor Ct., 27403 294-0036 

Gate City Joe Holt, 571 1 Branblegate Dr # F, 27409 21 8-8764 

Groometown Kaye Bentley, 4335-D Edith Lane, 27406 294-1 547 

Hunter Hills Barry Darnell, 3991 River Point PI. Apt F 299-1332 

High Point, NC 27265 

Immanuel Eric Bauer, 6107 Davis Mill Rd., 27317 674-9538 

Lindley Park Tim Thompson, 4010 Walker Ave., 27403 292-5762 

Northside Lin Oates, Jr. 644-7755 

7503 Sarah Marie Dr., Summerfield, NC 27358 

Sumner Donna Curtis, 2556 Red Cross Court, 27233 685-4640 

Vietnamese Hung Huu Mai, 3 1 N. Elam Ave., 27403 632-8786 

Woodlake Virgil Cooper, 4508 Rosemary Dr., 27406 674-3420 



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PIEDMONT 
Minister of Music 



Brandt Oaks 
Buchanan 

Calvary 

Camp Herman 
Central 
Clifton Road 

Colfax 

College Park 
Cornerstone 
Eller Memorial 
Florida Street 
Friendly Avenue 
Friendship 
Gate City 
Gibsonville FBC 

Greensboro FBC 
Guilford 

Hillcrest 
Hunter Hills 

Immanuel 

Jessup Grove 
Lankford 

Lawndale 
Lindley Park 
New Bessemer 
New Hope 
New Horizon 
Northeast 



Parkway 
Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 
Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 



Greg Apple, 1939 New Garden Rd., 27410 

Ronda Phillips, 4616 Old Burlington Rd., 621-4485 

27405 

Craig Saunders, 930 Knox Rd. 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Lane Levan, 5507 Burchridge Rd., 27405 

Carolyn Williams, P.O. Box 224, 27357 643-5937 

Herb Meadows, 6048 McLeansville Rd. 397-8364 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Sharon Bullis, 41 1 W. Mountain St. 996-1544 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

Monica Citty Hix, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Sumner Spradling, 1443 Grantland PI., 27410 665-1944 

Marsha Robins, 5512 CornerstaffDr., 27407 856-1 1 17 

William Slack, 2505 Gracewood Dr., 27408 288-3533 

Frank Justice, 4513 Southport Rd., 27410 668-7040 
William H. McNeil, 3202 Delmonte Dr., 27406 852-0375 
Joseph Hilliard, 2003 Hunterwoods Dr., 27265 812-2919 

I lal Bryant, 2 1 2 Cotton Ct. 449-7070 
Gibsonville, NC 27244 

Doug Vancil, 820 Rollingwood Dr., 27410 851-5795 

Faye Halvorsen,, 294-2211 
6108 Lindley Woods Dr., 27410 

Bonnie Murphy, 5 1 06 N. Church St., 27455 545-9222 

William Beck, 3210 Derby Circle 299-1332 
High Point, NC 27265 

Allie Thompson, 852-7655 

2417 Four Seasons Blvd, 27407 

Dan Alderman, 1509 Rankin Rd., 27405 621-9659 

Wanda Bullard, 5702 Summit Avenue 62 1 - 1 685 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Marion Boling, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Greg Heath, 81 1 Scott Ave, 27403 294-4813 

Judy McLaughlin, 5712 Bayleaf Ln, 27455 545-8215 

Pat Sims, 5404 McNairy Dr., 27455 282-0743 

Esther Gray, 5210 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-0727 

Suzanne Jenkins, 4710 Dicks Mill Rd. 621-2180 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

Charles Tomlinson, 5109 Crossmill Rd. 621-961 1 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

Myra Thrasher, 2312 Revolan Dr., 27407 294-1881 

Buster Blythe, 4004 Springbrook Dr., 27407 294-3241 

Paul E. Marth, 6004 Deer Park Cir., 27455 288-8484 

Joyce Wyrick, 6006 Monnett Rd. 298-9370 
Julian, NC 27283 

Edwin Chenowith, 3405 Oberlin Dr., 27405 621-3517 



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Reedy Fork Fay Y. Moore, 1 108 Larkhill Ct. 621-1087 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Jimmy Jones, 6670 Rayle Farm Crt. 299-6979 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Rolling Roads Monica Vaughan, 2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 
Sedgefield Sheri Duncan, 5412 White Blossom Dr., 27410 643-5837 

Sharpe Road Bonnie Reynolds, 4901 Millpoint Road, 27406 698-0068 

Sixteenth Street David Tucker, 900 1 6 th Street, 27405 62 1 -554 1 

South Elm Chad Queen, 856-8668 

19-D Meadowood Glen Way, 27409 

Southeast Kathy Shepherd, 676-9657 

2810-A Liberty Oaks Dr. 27406 

Stevens Memorial William Bill Hefher, 710 Knox Road, 697-8983 

McLeans ville, NC 27301 

Summerfield FBC Ronald W. Freeman, PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, 27358 

Sumner Ginger Crotts, 5802 Tysinger Dr., 27406 674-3561 

Willomore Donald L. Shelton, 4722 Randleman Rd, 27406 674-7767 

Woodlake Jo Vogler, 409 E. Sheraton Pk. Rd. 674-1865 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 
Church Secretary 



Brandt Oaks Belva Setzer, 307 Melbourne Road, 27405 282-2683 

Calvary Judy Faust, 930 Knox Road, 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Central JoAnn Williard, 1 839 Oak Ridge Road 643-3874 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Clifton Road Sue Fentress, 6003 Starboard, 27410 643-8727 

Colfax Meg Lawson, 1 06 Kingston Street 996-49 1 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

College Park Kathy Kirstner, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Cornerstone JoAnn Hampton, 5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 

DayStar Mary Lou Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr. 454-5204 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Eller Memorial Mary Lou Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr. 454-5204 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Florida Street Theresa Hatfield, 1 529 Lovett Street, 27403 275-49 1 1 
Friendly Avenue Barbara Milligan, 1 22-G British Lake Dr., 274 1 

Lisa McLaughlin, 3 1 1 Pendleton Dr., 27409 852-3653 

Friendship Carolyn Mark, 2401 New Orleans, 27406 274-4732 

Gate City Norma Honey, 2115 Starlight Dr., 27407 547-9298 

Janet Sanders, 1600 Woodthorne Place, 27407 855-6777 

Gibsonville FBC Cherie Troup, 500 Apple Street 449-7129 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 



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Greensboro FBC Janey Moore, 9 1 1 Cocoa Dr., 27406 274-3286 

Jo Covert, 2115 Tippy Road, 27406 292-1374 

Groometown Nancy Bentley, 43 1 1 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-7706 

Guilford LaDelle Kay, P.O. Box 19821, 27419 218-8935 

Hillcrest Janice Cole, 4216 Bell Orchard Rd., 27455 288-5807 

Hunter Hills Gloria Ray, 600 E. Sheraton Park Rd. 299-1 332 
Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

Trudy Eads, 43 1 8 Halifax Rd, 27407 299-1332 

April Home, 2627-H Suffolk Ave. 299-1332 

High Point, NC 27265 

Immanuel Sally Myers, 2432 High Point Rd., 27403 299-1751 

Jessup Grove Mickey Stephens, 4724 Crestfield Rd. 643-6647 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Lankford Mem Renee McDaniel, 42 1 4 Northside Dr., 27405 62 1 -7349 

Lawndale Gloria Walker, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Sue Farrar, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Lindley Park Sally Russoll, 4010 Walker Ave., 27403 292-5761 

Magnolia Street Linda P Johnson, 1203 Magnolia St. 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Theresa Roberts, 30 1 Old Farm Lane 375- 1 700 

Reidsville, NC 27320 
New Hope Priscilla Mosley, 1379 Lee's Chapel Rd., 27455 954-7722 

Northeast Linda Russell, 1 60 1 Mount Hope Church Rd. 698-056 1 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Northside April Casper, 3-G Riverpointe Dr. 495-4874 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Parkway Hazel Martin, 1300 Fairview St., 27405 275-7845 

Pinecroft Vicky Duncan, 2022 W. Vandalia Rd., 27407 299-608 1 

Pleasant Garden Elsie Prevette, 6816 Charnel Ln, 674-6697 

Climax, NC 27233 

Pamela Shuford, 4593 Scythe Rd, 697-2906 
Julian, NC 27283 

Pleasant Grove Mildred Cockerham, 6546 Coltrane Mill Rd. 674-5455 
27406 

Rankin Natalie Barber, 4100 N. O'Henry Blvd #168 621-2622 

27405 

Wanda Harris, 3604 Summit Ave., 27405 621-4712 

Reedy Fork Bartra G. Ingold, 4800 Yanceyville Rd, 621-0596 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Margaret Morgan, 6 1 4 Creekridge Rd., 27406 275-2658 

Rolling Roads Sarah Bozeman, 2000 Lionne Dr., 27407 292-0824 

Sedgefield Frances Bryant, 3301 Honeycutt Court; 27407 294-1864 

Sharpe Road Lisa Capps, 5104 Field-Horney Rd., 27406 676-4537 

Sixteenth Street Linda Moevi, 900 Sixteenth St., 27405 621-5541 

South Elm Street Judy Fuqua, 6524 Monnett Rd. 674-5768 
Climax, NC 27233 

Southeast Millie Paschal, 3808 Martin Ave., 27405 621-2989 

Southside Glenda B. Spivey, 4307 River Rock Pt, 27409 856-2961 

Stevens Memorial Juanita H. Cook, PO Box 13102, 27415 621-6094 



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Summerfield FBC Sharon Stump, PO Box 400, 27358 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Vietnamese Phuong Minn Vo, 716 Dick St., 27403 274-8032 

Willomore Donna Shelton, 4722 Randleman Rd., 27406 674-7767 



PIEDMONT 
Sunday School Directors 



Brandt Oaks Cindy Cheek, 34 1 1 Regents Park Lane, 27455 

Buchanan Donald Phillips, 4616 Old Burlington Rd., 375-6865 

27405 

Calvary M.C. Waters, 1508 Bridgetown Ct, 27407 855-1235 

Camp Herman Richard Nunn, 7064 Kelly Coltrane Dr. 674-1025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Central Frank Yost, 6301 Lisa Dr. 643-4583 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Clifton Road Todd Walker, 4402 Innsbroak Cir., 27410 931-1 166 

Colfax Jean Taylor, 9065 N. Main St. 996-34 1 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

College Park Janette Wright, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Cornerstone Jeff Colbert, 3107 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-4616 

DayStar Ray Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr. 454-5204 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Eller Memorial Jim Kincaid, 3520 Cherry Lane, 27405 621-4933 

Friendly Avenue Doris Henderson, 5108 Hedrick Dr., 27410 282-4215 
Friendship Carolyn Mark, 2201 Sharpe Rd, 27406 

Gate City Bruce & Debbie Haymore, 8 1 2-8732 

3775 Windstream Way, Jamestown, NC 27282 

Good News Phillip Cole, 320 1 Winchester Dr., 27406 275-5052 

Gibsonville FBC Tom Cams, 108 Franz Court 584-8898 

Elon College, NC 27244 

Greensboro FBC Scott Culclasure, 3704 Pinetop Dr., 27410 282-4204 

Guilford Frank Harmon, 9 Beechcroft Ct., 27407 854-985 1 

Hillcrest Billy Brown, 2903 Orange St., 27405 621-0081 

Hunter Hills Jim Watson, 2019 Spricewood Dr., 27407 299-1332 

Immanuel David Osborne, 4306 Whipoorwill Dr., 27407 299-9476 

Jessup Grove James Purdy, 260 1 Shady Lawn Dr., 27408 288-85 1 5 

Korean Park Hea Soon, 2509 Calumet Ct. 454-4705 

High Point, NC 27265 

Lankford Mem Mike Crowder, 801 Bluefield Rd., 27455 643-5762 

Lawndale Linda Lewis, 3504 Crosstimbers Dr., 27410 282-2781 

Lindley Park David Whittle, 4010 Walker Ave, 27403 292-8861 

Magnolia Street Louie Howell, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Lucy Lineberry, 3802 Cameron Ave., 27401 273-8128 

New Hope Delbert Simms, 5404 McNairy Rd., 27405 282-0743 

New Horizon David Way, 9181 Racine Rd., 685-5055 

Pleasant Garden , NC 27313 

Northeast Jimmy Crews, 3607 Miller Dr. , 27405 375-3954 



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Northside Randy Gregory, 4803 Yanceyvilie St., 621-1 158 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Parkway Bobby Doss, 1907 Forest Valley Dr., 27410 288-3677 

Pinecroft Vicky Duncan, 2022 W. Vandalia Rd., 27407 299-8897 

Pleasant Garden Earl Blackwell, 674-6088 

4107 Southeast School Rd., 27406 

Pleasant Grove Cecil Pollard, 1910 Stanley Rd., 27407 299-3 173 
Rankin Paul & Iris Roland, 1314 Spry St., 27405 

Reedy Fork W. C. Allen, Jr., 4610 Yanceyvilie Rd. 621-2168 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Mike Chandler, 5 Cabot Court, 27407 294-6437 

Rolling Roads Barbara Moffitt, 1 562 Whitt Hunt Rd. Lot 7 674-9347 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Sedgefield Paul Tuttle, 201 Hassellwood Dr. 855-0418 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Sharpe Road Herb Lemons, 5471 Donna Road, 685-4737 

Julian, NC 27283 

Sixteenth Street Mike Stas, 1404 Woodgreen Dr., 27405 621-5374 

South Elm St Theresa Wall, 1213 Guest Street, 27405 621-9203 

Southeast Albert "AL" Lamachio, 674-06 1 5 

4917 Edinborough, Rd., 27406 

Southside Sterling Nicholson, 103 Sagewood Dr. 454-3636 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Stevens Memorial Paul Mason, 2010 Twain Road, 27405 621-6727 

Summerfield FBC Earline Huffinan, 643-4491 

4904 Rhondan Rd., Summerfield NC 27358 

Sumner Dale Osborne, 6507 Coltrane Rd., 27406 674-3447 

Vietnamese Huai Hung Nguyen, 2007 Sharpe Rd., 27406 272-1 582 

Willomore Dale Robbins, 758 Williams Ct., 674-8591 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Woodlake Kevin Burger, 5855 Chaucer Trail, 685-023 1 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers of Preschool 



Calvary 


Robert Worrell, 930 Knox Rd, 
McLeansville, NC 27301 


697-9634 


Gate City 


Kristi Ledbetter, 
5301 Grandover Parkway, 27407 


886-2231 


Gibsonville FBC 


Sandra Smyrl, 600 Springwood Ave. 
Gibsonville, NC 27249 


449-0217 


Guilford 


Jill Carter, 1113 Maplewood Avenue 
High Point, NC 27265 


887-4859 


Hunter Hills 


Kenneth Hipsley, 
5978 Hickory Grove Rd., 27409 


299-2506 


l,awndale 


Lisa Foster, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 


288-3824 



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Lindley Park June L. Rash, 4307 Menfro PI., 27409 668-0587 

New Bessemer Brenda Long, 2227 Lynette Dr., 27403 

New Horizon Lisa Shy, 5402 Thacker Dairy Rd., 27406 697-1635 

Rocky Knoll Mark Talbert, SR. 664-0306 

4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 

Vietnamese Hung Huu Mai, 3 10 N. Elam Ave., 27403 632-8786 

Woodlake Elizabeth Todd, 1 103 Easton Rd., 27405 333-2440 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers and Directors of Children 



Calvary Robert Worrell, 930 Knox Rd. 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Patti Koontz, 6200 Windcrest Dr. 643-3400 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Central Sandy Trocke, 7902 Daltonshire, 644-08 1 8 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Cornerstone Susan Blankenship, 5208 Nantucker Rd., 27455 288-9862 
DayStar Debbie Phelps, 4402 S. Landsberg Ct., 27407 851-0139 

Eller Memorial Karen Newkirk, 1605 Independence Rd., 27408 288-8985 

Florida Street Steve Sparks, 3001 Momstar PL, 27406 852-4667 

Gate City Kristi Ledbetter, 886-2231 

5301 Grandover Parkway, 27407 

Gibsonville FBC Jocelyn Kay, 512 Whitsett Street 449-75 1 8 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Greensboro FBC Sandra Canipe, 1814 Walker Ave., 274 1 273-649 1 

Christy Thompson 852-2362 

4705 Cricklewood Dr., 27047 

Guilford Tim Carter, 1113 Maplewood Avenue 887-4859 

High Point, NC 27265 

Friendly Avenue Denise Matthews, 674-6580 

1 17 W. Steeplechase Rd., 27406 

Debra Perkinson, 3707 O'Briant PI, 27410 668-7371 
Good News Mattie Bynum, 1412 cypress St., 27405 
Hillcrest Janice Brown, 1905 McKnight Mill Rd., 27405 375-3622 

Hunter Hills Kenneth Hipsley, 299-2506 

5978 Hickory Grove Rd., 27409 

Hispanic Sonia Sanchez, 1528 South Mebane Street 227-0769 

Apartment 1204-L, Burlington, NC 27215 

Immanuel Kathy Johnson, 4 Mayo Ct., 27406 273-8063 

Jessup Grove Earlene Anderson 8429 Rumple Rd., 643-9723 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Lawndale Lisa Foster, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Lindley Park Barbara Vernon- Gray, 294- 1 1 25 

4300 Princeton Ave., 27407 

Magnolia Street Irene Stevens, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Paul Greer, 22 1 7 Linda Lane, 27403 507-3947 



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Kathy Teeters, 2 1 45 Huffine Mill RD., 62 1 -0965 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
New Hope Priscilla Mosley, 1379 Lee's Chapel Rd., 27455 954-7722 

New Horizon Lisa Welker, 5425 Wild Turkey Road, 698-0107 

Whitsett, NC 27377 

Northside Cindy Lewis, 1 52 Birch Creek Road 697- 1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Parkway Randall Floyd, 200 Church View Dr., 27455 664-0580 

Pinecroft Melinda Kington, 2505 Roland Rd., 27407 292-8897 

Pleasant Garden Robert J. Doss, 1815 Delmar Drive, 27406 273-2756 

Pamela Jones, 5413 Cheshire Dr. 674-54 1 6 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Reedy Fork Margie Gunter, 47 1 Yanceyville Rd. 62 1 -9428 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Mark Talbert, Sr. 664-0306 

4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 

Rolling Roads Teresa Stewart, 2203 Veasley St., 27407 855-8556 

Sharpe Road Sheryl Boque, 7 1 29 Shoe Road, 449-7075 

Burlington, NC 27215 

South Elm Street Kristen Muse, 43 1 1 Britley Ct., 27406 697-7673 

Southeast Debbie Brown, 5138 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-3895 

Southside Jo Davidson, 2605 Burgandy D., 27407 299-078 1 

Stevens Memorial Kathy Hargett, 6845 Spencer Dixon Rd., 27455 643-6799 

Summerfield FBC Lonnie W. Marsh, P.O. Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC , 27358-0400 

Marion Morton, 1 1 1 8 NC 1 50 W. 643-372 1 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Sumner Robin Morgan, 241 1 Burnette Dr., 27406 674-1800 

Vietnamese Thuy Vo, 3 1 North Elam Ave., 27403 632-8786 

Willomore Anita Armfield, 5755 Johnston Ct., 685-9788 

Climax, NC 27233 

Woodlake Tammy Key, 5834 Chrismon Road 656-7888 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 



PIEDMONT 
Media Library Director 



Calvary Wendy Ragan, 5207 Burlington 697-7524 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

College Park Amber Thomas, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Cornerstone Shirley Harbin, 3327 Cardinal Ridge, 274 10 605-0483 

Friendly Avenue Ruth Stroop, 5745-A Bramblegate Dr., 27409 855-5 1 66 

Greensboro FBC Elizabeth Quails, 297-1813 

5404 Emerald Springs Court, 27407 

Guilford Sherrt Barnhardt, 5 Spanish Oaks Ct., 27409 292-2961 

Hillcrest Janice Cole, 4216 Bell Orchard Rd., 27455 288-5807 



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Hunter Hills Kay Underwood, 1913 Alderwood Dr., 27409 299-1332 

Immanuel Faye Willard, 2005 Random Dr., 27407 299-0895 

Jessup Grove Barbara T. Walker, 1223 Westridge Rd., 27410 282-7350 

Lawndale Shelba Forrest, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-7271 

Lindley Park Barbara Vernon-Gray, 294- 1 1 25 

4300 Princeton Ave. 27407 

New Bessemer Betty Franklin, 3237 Yanceyville Street 621-3527 

Apt 7 A, 27405 

New Horizon Jane Sharpe, 3876 Brookshollow Road 697-1327 

Whitsett, NC 27377 

Northside Brenda Stout, 2113 Hubband Street., 27405 274-9730 

Parkway Marty P. Walden, 1408 Quail Dr., 27408 282-9867 

Pleasant Garden Carol Williams, 3209 Benny Lineberry Road 685-0374 

Climax, NC 27233 

Pleasant Grove Faye Patille, 2805 Pinelake Dr., 27407 299-4861 

Rankin Debbie Pinkleton, 62 1-4712 

4407 Southern Webbing Mill Rd., 27405 

Rocky Knoll Donna Wisdom, 4118 Elmyra Dr., 27407 294-7775 

Sharpe Road Eleanor Wyrick, 303 Myrna Road, 697-0069 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Southeast Faye Shaffer, 46 1 6 Hale Road, 674-6492 

Climax, NC 27233 

Southside Betty Walker, 2208 Maybank St., 27403 299-6643 

Summerfield FBC Gladys Scarlette, 7685 Deboe Road 643-4 1 82 

Summerfleld, NC 27358 

Sumner Lynn Dodson, 674-9475 

1243 Burnetts Chapel Road, 27406 

Woodlake Annie Cooper, 4608 Rosemary Dr., 27406 674-3420 



PIEDMONT 
Discipleship Training Director 



Calvary M.C Waiters, 1508 Bridgetown Ct., 27407 855-1235 

Central Kenneth D. Clark, 7507 Keating Drive 643-1086 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310. 

Clifton Road Don Rumple, 9 1 8 Lakecrest Avenue 886-7588 

High Point, NC 27265 

Cornerstone Doug Jermyn, 101 Fairidge Court 454-6754 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Friendly Avenue Jack Morris, 2802 Manor House Ct., 27407 299-6889 
Guilford Ronald D. Prevatte, 6314 Lakebend Ct., 27410 665-6105 

Hillcrest Jimmy Lee, 611 Kenneth Rd., 27455 288-3866 

Immanuel Tillie Rice, 1703 W. Market St., 27403 379-9540 

Korean Mission Park Jaecheol, 5518-H Tomahawk, 27410 851-9250 

Lankford Mem Rob Sutton, 4230 United St., Apt J, 27407 297-4035 

Lawndale Keith Feather, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27410 288-3824 



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New Horizon Rosemarie Williams, 674-7378 

5608 Southstone Dr. 27406 

Parkway Randall Floyd, 200 Church View Dr., 27455 664-0580 

Pleasant Garden Marty Tobin, 450 1 Whitby Place, 27406 676-0278 

Rankin John B Jarman III, 109 Churchview Dr., 27455 644-7234 

Reedy Fork Joey Williams, 1510 Fairview St., 27405 272-2168 

Rolling Roads Craig Davis, 2113 Cheltenham Blvd., 27407 854-1036 

Southeast Gene Ledbetter, 4002 Oakcliffe Road, 27406 674-3895 

Sumner Allen Winters, 5325 Audrey Road, 27406 292-2857 



PIEDMONT 
Brotherhood Director 



Camp Herman Jimmy Stout, 2728 Pindals Road., 27405 621-9433 

Central Carl Young, 3 124 Oak Ridge Road, 643-4698 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Clifton Road Lamar Pittman, 1509-1 A New Garden Rd., 834-8026 

27410 

Colfax Allen Bullis, 41 1 W. Mountain St. 996-3410 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

Cornerstone Glenn Wise, Sr., 8301 Brittain's Field Rd. 643-1419 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Friendly Avenue Jerry Simmons, 305 Cedarwood Dr., 27282 454-4148 

Gibsonville FBC Carl Welch, 1301 E. Joyner St., 449-4428 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Greensboro FBC Dan Linney, 306 N. Holden Rd., 274 1 852-7258 

Groometown Irvine Tucker, 351 1 Iverness Dr., 27406 294-2385 

Guilford John Overmier, 5603 Virgilwood Dr., 27409 851-0053 

Hillcrest Bo Bray, 1 1 12 Fourteenth St., 27405 375-5680 

Hispanic Rev. David Duarte, 2819 Dulaire Rd., 27407 834-3230 

Immanuel Winfred Gallimore, 4606 Byrnhurst Dr., 27407 855-7873 

Jessup Grove Walter Hedrick, 8400 Rumbley Rd., 643-0412 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Korean Park Sang Ho, 41-N Quil Hollow Rd., 27410 851-9032 

Lankford Mem. Ron Fields, 4005 Landerwood Crt, 27405 954-3836 

Lawndale Richard Clayton, 1 Barrington Dr., 27408 288-3095 

Magnolia Street John Miller, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Randy Bettini, 2830 Lee;s Chapel Rd., 62 1-4878 

Brown Summit, NC 27214 

New Horizon Ron Poe, 3615 Castleton Rd., 27406 698-0127 

Northeast Larry Hunter, 4907 Ixmgleaf Rd., 697-9471 

McLeans ville, NC 27301 

Northside Buddy Short, 206 Lucas Park Dr., 27455 545-9233 

Parkway Dan McCormick, 304 Willoughby Blvd., 27408 282-0666 

Pleasant Garden Charlie Dick, 4019 Melissa Laine Rd., 27406 674-5613 

Pleasant Grove Tom Justice, 8 Beechcroft Crt., 27407 292-594 1 

Reedy Fork Allen Mathis, 6604 Lismore Dr., 62 1 -74 1 1 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 



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Alton Hall, 2401 Sharpe Rd., 27406 697-1514 

Bobby Edwards, 19-A Fountain Manor Dr., 621-5541 
27405 

George Gambill, 5012-A Tower Rd., 27410 292-0283 

Todd Nichols 5406 Turner Smith Rd., 656-3760 
Brown Summit, NC 27214 

Summerfield FBC Dexter Hill, 8719 Warner Rd., 643-6457 
Kernersville, NC 27282 

Dale Osborne, 6507 Coltrane Mill Rd., 27406 674-3447 

Randy Austin, 6428 Liberty Rd., Julian NC, 685-0122 
27283 

Kevin Burger, 5855 Chaucer Trail 685-023 1 
Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 



Sharpe Road 
Sixteenth Street 

Southside 
Stevens Mem. 



Sumner 
Willomore 

Woodlake 



PIEDMONT 
WMU Director 



Buchanan Ruth Lawhorne, 204 Buchanan Church Rd., 375-6865 

27405 

Calvary Ernestine Myers, 3 14 Murraylane Rd., 27405 375-3339 

Central Kay Kiser, 84 1 8 Haw River Rd., 643-5592 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

Clifton Road Jewel Rainey, 1402 Merritt Dr., 27407 299-2038 

Colfax Berlene Brando, 906 N. Main St., 996-34 1 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

Cornerstone Marsha Judy, 1605 Dedham Crt, 27407 852-5969 

Eller Memorial Sandra Phillips, 1209 Leaf Lane, 27405 621-2755 

Florida Street Frances Boone, 1714 Grove St., 27403 273-6760 

Friendly Avenue Evelyn Hill, 212 Country Park Rd., 27455 288-4027 

Friendship Barbara McNeil, 3202 Delmonte Dr., 27406 852-0375 

Gibsonville FBC Dean Howerton, 745 Piedmont Ave., 449-4000 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Greensboro FBC Jolyn Kelley, 707 Pebble Dr., 27410 852-0221 

Groometown Nancy Bentley, 43 1 1 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-7706 

Guilford Dee Overmier, 5603 Virgil wood Dr., 27409 85 1 -0053 

Hillcrest Sue Brown, 2903 Orange St., 27405 621-0081 

Hispanic Emperatriz Perez 4111 Olympia Dr., 27407 854-047 1 

Immanuel Polly Slagle, 2123 Wright Ave., 27403 373-0779 

Jessup Grove Peggy Jessup, 6002 Firewood TR, 274 1 668-2804 

Korean Park Hyunja, 5518-H Tomahawk, 27410 85 1-9250 

Lawndale Ellen Jones, 1 004 Honeysuckle Dr., 27408 282-4903 

Magnolia Street Neva Sheets, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Audrey Hutchinson, 730 Westland Dr., 27410 292-6288 

Northeast Martha Hunter, 4907 Longleaf Rd., 697-9471 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Northside Angie May, 3504 Alamance Church Rd., 647-7832 



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Julian, NC 27283 

Parkway Gladys Vincent, 391 1 Dogwood Dr., 27410 292-1812 

Pinecroft Melinda Kington, 2505 Roland Rd., 27407 292-8897 

Pleasant Garden Kim McDowell, 5448 Knightwood Dr., . 495-1853 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Pleasant Grove Lucy Bowman, 724 Creekridge Rd.-Lot 52, 294-2564 

27406 

Rankin Brenda B. Rumley, 5108 Hicone Rd., 375-573 1 

McLeansvilleNC 27301 

Reedy Fork Nancy Routh, 6708 Kathy Lyn PL., 286-2608 

Browns Summit NC 27214 
Rocky Knoll Vernelle Hunt, 2103 Country View Dr., 27406 674-9142 

Rolling Roads Dawn Wyrick, 1816 Starlight Dr., 27407 292-48 1 9 

27407 

Sharpe Road Louise Purgason, 4900 Millpoint Rd., 27406 697-8577 
Sixteenth Street Helen Boone, 254 Rockwood Heights-Rt. 2 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 

Southeast Linda Duffer, 4508 Eldorado Dr., 27406 674-69 1 1 

Marilynn Hannah, 6328 Liberty Rd., 685-9146 

Julian NC 27283 

Southside Betty Martin, 2420 W. Florida St., 27403 292-1210 

Stevens Mem. Ray Mason, 2010 Twain Rd., 27405 621-6727 

Summerfield FBC Fay Proulx, 816 Stanley Rd., 427-7175 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 

Sumner Janie Whitaker, 2720 Dumont Dr., 27406 852-6097 

Vietnamese Bay Nguyen, 2007 Sharpe Rd., 27406 

Willomore Wendy Jordan, 201 Spring St., 27405 375-4867 

Woodlake Lynn Reed, 6600 Long Meadow Dr., 697-9746 

Whitsett, NC 27377 



PIEDMONT 
Chairman of Deacons 



Brandt Oaks Cindy Beck, 4804 Hickory Woods Dr., 27410 

Buchanan Charles Farthing, 391 1 Aiton Rd., 27405 274-5082 

Camp Herman Richard Nunn, 7064 Kelly Coltrane Dr., 674-1025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Central James McDonald, 8403 Deerpath Crt., 643-6468 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 

Clifton Road Ronnie Tyner, 41 19 Ballard Pond Dr., 889-3328 

High Point, NC 27265 

Colfax Rev. Clay Cook, 71 1 Lakedale Rd., 993-5572 

Colfax, NC 27235 

College Park Paula Burch, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Cornerstone Carl Harbin, 3327 Cardinal Ridge, 27410 605-0483 
Eller Mem. Brad Newkirk,1605 Independence Rd., 27408 288-8985 



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Friendly Avenue Newling Richey, 3421 Glouchester Lane, 288-1498 
27410 

Gate City Stan Corum, 1 04 Tandy Crt., 886-22 1 2 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Gibsonville FBC Chris Osborne, 200 Cotton Crt., 449-7885 

Gibsonville Nc 27249 

Good News Ricky Richardson, 2807 Darden Rd., 27406 299-5598 

Greensboro FBCt Cliff Lowery, 1703 Wimberly, 274 1 288-9709 

Groometown Irvine Tucker, 351 1 Iverness Dr., 27406 294-2385 

Guilford Glenda Spi vey, 4307 River Rock Pt., 27409 856-296 1 

Hillcrest Roy Kasey, 4008 Scottsdale Rd., 27455 288-2741 

Immanuel Calvin Stack 2502 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 852-9207 

Jessup Grove Vernon E. Walker, 1223 Westridge Rd., 27410 

Lankford Mem. Ron Fields, 4005 Landerwood Crt., 27405 954-3836 

Lawndale Jim Sink, 1 702 Dunleith Way, 27455 545-8864 

Lindley Park Steve Hart, 2 1 8 Hermitage Dr., 27403 292-9976 

Magnolia Street Ray Blake, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 
New Bessemer Etta Cobb, 25 1 2 Huffine Mill Rd., 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

New Hope Delbert Sims, 5404 McNairy Dr., 27455 282-0743 

Northeast Jimmy Russell, 1 60 1 Mount Hope Church Rd., 698-056 1 

McLeansviile, NC 27301 

Parkway Tom Andraza, 6006 Muirfield Dr., 27410 292-1 812 

Pleasant Garden Kenneth Duncan, 3906 Stonebrook Farms Rd., 674-6966 

27406 

Pleasant Grove Vernon Ward, 5250 Sweetwater Dr., 27407 299-4878 

Rankin Paul C. Walker, Jr., 4688 Creekview Rd., 621-0599 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Rocky Knoll Butch Culbreth, 3217 Edenwood Dr., 27406 274-071 1 

Rolling Roads Roger Moffitt, 1 562 Whitt Hunt Rd., Lot 7 674-9347 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Sedgefield Greg Meshaw, 5003 Scarlet Haw, 27410 668-7053 

Sharpe Road Donnie Wyrick, 303 Myrna Rd., 697-0669 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

South Elm St. Jim Flynt, 5200 Hayward Dr., 27406 856-0040 

Southeast Bill Inge, 4503 Doncaster Dr., 27406 674-2407 

Southside Renay Brown, 5334 Old Randleman Rd., 27406 674-8543 

Stevens Mem. William Hefner, 710 Knox Rd., 697-8983 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Summerfield FBC Howard Spoon, PO Box 286, 643-4943 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Sumner O. L. Snyder, 304 Thornwood Dr., 454-4373 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Willomore Scott McDuffie, 543 NC 62 East, 674-6781 

Pleasant Garden, NC, 27313 

Woodlake Paul Cordero, 5439 Cascade Rd., 27406 674-7645 



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PIEDMONT 
Church Treasurer 



Bethany Rosalee Rogers, 568 NC 62 E, 674-52 1 3 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Buchanan Diane West, 308 S. Elam Av., 27403 274-3874 

Calvary James Myers, 314 Murraylane Rd., 27405 375-3339 

Camp Herman Becky Jones, 5425 Milford Rd., 27405 621-0693 

Central Roger Hbwerton, 2106 Oak Ridge Rd.- 643-4755 

PO Box 462, Oak Ridge, NC 273 10 

Clifton Road Frances Brown, 5803 Scotland Rd., 27407 292-8508 

Colfax Ruth Dowdy, 59901 W. Market St., 27409 292-4338 

College Park Steve Lowrance, 2403 Hardie St., 27403 

Cornerstone Tim Hayworth, 3810 Wildwood Crt., 605-0483 

High Point, NC 27265 

DayStar Randy Minix, 5502 White Blossom Dr., 27410 643-6379 

Eller Memorial Jim Kincaid, 3520 Cherry Lane, 27405 621-4933 

Florida Street Janice Holder, 3403 Wilshire Dr., 27408 288-4839 

Friendly Avenue Peter Hutts, 1721 Aftonshire Dr., 27410 288-7198 

Friendship Jesse Scott, 5 Jans Crt., 27405 621-0126 

Gate City Jeff Sims, 4817 Adams Ridge Dr., 27407 854-9195 

Gibsonville FBC Peggy Litten, 723 Piedmont Ave., 449-73 12 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Good News Mark Alkins, 6334 Riverhills Dr., 27410 668-4323 

Greensboro FBC John Martin, 614 Rockford Rd., 27408 273-2871 

Groometown Linda Phelps, 3624 Akers Crt., 434-1605 

High Point, NC 27263 

Guilford Annie Long, 5619 Greenlee Dr., 27410 632-1690 

Hillcrest Carolyn Davis, 3539 Hines Chapel Rd., 621-321- 

McLeansville NC 27302 

Hispanic Emperatriz Perez, 4111 Olympia Dr., 27407 854-0471 

Immanuel David Stevenson, 7141 Avenbury Cir., 993-7672 

Kemersville, NC 27284 

Jessup Grove Mickey Stephens, 4724 Crestfield Rd., 643-6647 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Korean Park Hea Soon, 2509 Calumet Crt., 454-4705 

High Point, NC 27265 

Lankford Mem. Renee McDaniel, 4214 Northside Dr., 27405 621-7349 

Lawndale Joe Jenkins, 2306 Musket Ln., 27455 282-4935 

Lindley Park Betty Powers, 2815 Sherwood St., 27403 292-4996 

Magnolia Street Dolores Blake, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Mary Alice Satterfield, 2404 Kery Dr., 27408 288-8036 

New Hope Mary Christopher, 2938 Martha's PL, 27408 288-1499 

New Horizon Valerie Meador, 66 1 2 Hockett Country Lane, 685-9889 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Northeast Douglas Maness, 4522 Burlington Rd., 27405 375-5278 

Northside Pat Oates, 1405 Woodgreen Dr., 27405 621-4097 

Parkway J. Cameron Hunt, 26 1 1 Stratford Dr., 27408 288-8 1 54 



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Pinecroft Debbie Maffeo, 23 1 1 Pinecroft Rd., 27407 855-55 14 

Pleasant Garden Larry Still, 5357 NC Highway 22, 674-0412 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Pleasant Grove Herman Riding, 4204 Farlin Ave., 27407 294-3830 

Rankin Josephine Straughan, 3504 Yanceyville St., 621-3282 

27405 

Reedy Fork Bartra G. Ingold, 4800 Yanceyville Rd., 621-0596 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Rocky Knoll Linda Jones, 3604 Fletcher Dr., 27406 299-6979 

Rolling Roads Ron Lamkin, 2204 Revolan Dr., 27407 294-4283 

Sedgefield Pat Burns, Po Bpx 956, Jamestown, NC 27282 889-0265 

Sharpe Road Melinda Lewellyn, 2304-A Chariot Dr., 27406 697-1 786 
Sixteenth Street Charles Lee, 3519, Barbour Rd., 27406 

South Elm Street Kevin Tilley, 3624-3 A Morris Farm Rd., 27409 85 1-1998 

Southeast Lonnie Baxley, 4708 Edinborough Rd., 27406 674-6538 

Southside Bob Anderson, 1004 Glendale Dr., 27406 230-1293 

Stevens Mem. Ginger Southard, 3305 Martin Ave., 27405 621-4846 

Summerfield FBC Theressa Smith, 640 Hedgecock Rd., 84 1-3355 

High Point, NC 27265 

Sumner Debbie Clark, 2807 Kilbourne Dr., 27407 294-3364 

Willomore Wanda Howell, 1610 Orlando St., 27406 856-1553 

Woodlake Peggy Sizemore, 4906 Yarmouth Dr., 27407 454-6068 



PIEDMONT 
Stewardship Chairman 



Brandt Oaks Judy Snyder, 8004 Rockbury Rd., 

Browns Summit, NC, 27214 

Central Roger Howerton., 2106 Oak Ridge Rd., 643-4755 

PO Box 462, Oak Ridge, NC 273 10 
College Park Tim Lowrance, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 
Cornerstone James Handley, 4303 Quail Canyon Crt. s 27410 665-9080 

DayStar Ray Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr., 454-5204 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Eller Memorial JefTPickard, 1905 Forest Valley Rd, 27410 288-7715 

Friendly Avenue John Simms, 5812 Green Meadow Dr., 27410 852-0323 

Gate City Kaye Rutherford, 4400 Dublin Castle Rd., 294-3046 

27407 

Gibsonville FBC Mike Blythe, 1 735 Wheeler Bridge Rd., 449-7525 

Burlington, NC 27215 

Good News Henry Strayhorn, PO Box 1 88, 697- 1 674 

Sedalia, NC 27342 

Greensboro FBC Steve Parham, 201 Willoughby Blvd., 27408 286-7668 

Groometown Cornelia Tucker, 35 1 1 Iverness Dr., 27406 294-2385 

Guilford Tom Underwood, 5824 Stoney Glen Loop, 632-1690 

27409 



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Hispanic 
Immanuel 
Lankford Mem. 
Lawndale 
Lindley Park 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 

New Horizon 
Northside 
Parkway 
Rankin 
Reedy Fork 

Sedgefield 

Sharpe Road 

Southeast 

Southside 

Summerfield FBC 

Willomore 



Carlos Gonzalez, 806-C Ashbrook, 27407 854-3774 

Wayne Ouzts, 3704 Wood Burn Dr., 27406 230-1 149 

Charlie Jones, 3421 Yanceyville St., 27405 621-5377 

Bill Bailey, 3402 Willow Grove Crt., 27410 282-3270 

Bill Payne, 5302 Guida Dr., 27410 854-8555 

Dolores Blake, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

Shane Swaim, 7101 Windbreak Rd., 656-7867 

Mcleansville, NC 27301 
Rosemarie Williams, 5608 Southstone Dr., 27406 

Neal Matthews, 1812 BrookcliffDr., 27408 288-3571 

Diana Davis, 551 1 Garden Lake Dr., 27410 299-1 1 10 

Susan Owen, 48 Mansfield Cir., 27455 288-8 1 40 

Robert Ingold, 6603 Lismore Dr., 621-4363 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Susan Shiflett, 4020 Deerfield St., 812-3813 

High Point NC 27265 

Susan Morris, 4516 Schoolway Dr., 27406 674-6638 

Patricia Bennett, 4204 Stonehenge Rd„ 27406 674-3901 

B. T. Boone, 6522 Monnett Rd., 674-2770 

Climax, NC 27233 

Tommy Lawrence, 7924 Highfill Rd., 643-3523 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Patsy Skeen, 5332 Audrey Rd., 27406 294-5226 



PIEDMONT 

Evangelism Council 

Friendly Avenue Rev. Ronald Hill, 212 Country Park Rd., 27455 288-4027 

Guilford Lewis Webb, 25 1 Woodlyn Way West, 27407 294-2649 

New Horizon Ron Poe, 3615 Castleton Rd., 27406 698-0127 

Summerfield FBC Roger Collis, 9049 Cook Farm Rd., 643-2997 
Belews Creek, NC 27009 



PIEDMONT 
Missions Development Dir/Cbm 



College Park 
Gate City 

Gibsonville FBC 

Guilford 

Lawndale 



David Whitehead, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 

Kaye Rutherford, 4400 Dublin Castle Rd., 294-3046 
27407 

Betty Welch, 1 30 1 E. Joyner St., 449-4428 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Joann Dalton, 6 1 05 Trotter Ridge Rd., 643-8743 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

John Allen, 7 Yardarm Crt., 27455 282-4034 



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New Bessemer Bill Summers, 1303 Mt. Hope Church Rd., 697-0677 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
New Horizon Ron Poe, 3615 Castleton Rd., 27406 698-0127 
Parkway Felicity Gordon, 4917 Shady Pine Dr., 27455 282-2364 

Southeast Ann Smith, 1 50 1 Jon Hus Court, 5 84-0225 

Burlington, NC 27215 
Sedgefield Ron Smith, Sr., 424 Routh Circle, 27406 

Summerfield FBC John Hinshelwood, PO Box 834, 643-5589 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 



PIEDMONT 
Church Clerk 



Bethany Cherry P. Fields, PO Box 1 693 622-6978 

Liberty, NC 27298 
Brandt Oaks Morris Brock, 5506 Rutledge, 27455 

Buchanan Jane Carter, 497 Lois Dr., 62 1 -2248 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Calvary Sue Byrley, 2300 Mt. Hope Church Rd., 697-0528 

Whitsett,NC 27377 

Camp Herman Daisy Hall, 3915 Martin Ave., 27405 375-5153 

Central Ruby Stoltz, 191 1 Oak Ridge Rd.., 643-3681 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Clifton Road Polly Simpson, 624 Ashland Dr., 27403 299-1386 

Colfax Barbara Atkins, 904 1 Stack Rd., 993-3047 

Colfax, NC 27235 
College Park Kathy McDaniel, 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 

Cornerstone Brenda Bodford, 3806 O'Briant PL., 27410 665-1053 

DayStar Mary Lou Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr., 454-5204 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Eller Mem. Dannie Pierce, 1510 Countryside Dr., 27405 621-2372 

Florida Street Ruth Thomas, 3507 Briaroak Crt., 274 10 665-0448 

Friendly Avenue Dr. Doris Henderson, 5 1 08 Hedrick Dr., 274 1 282-42 1 5 

Good News Carolyn Mark, 22401 New Orleans St., 27406 274-4732 

Gate City Lois Boland, 3 123 Iron Gate Trail, 854-2800 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Gibsonville FBC Barbara Somers, 1 1 79 N. NC 87 584-8898 

Elon College, NC 27244 

Jessup Grove Barbara Walker,1223 Westridge Rd., 27410 282-7350 

Good News Leslie Alkins, 6334 Riverhills Dr., 274 1 668-4323 

Greensboro FBC Peggy Maynard, 4807 Fox Chase Rd., 27410 855-1352 

Groometown Nancy Bentley, 43 1 1 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-7706 
Guilford Rosemary Steed, 5606 Buddingwood Dr., 27409 299-6983 

Hillcrest Judy Jessie, 4614 US 29 North, 27405 621-1081 

Hispanic Maria Gonzalez, 806-C Ashbrook , 27407 854-3774 

Hunter Hills Bobbie Brown, 5246 Sweetwater Crt., 27407 299-1337 



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Immanuel Sylvia Dixon, 229 Willow Lake Rd., 27405 

Korean Chung Keun Bae, 52 1 5-D Fox Hunt D., 27407 

Lankford Mem. Pat McAdoo, 1500 Lee's Chapel Rd., 27405 
Lawndale Wanda Newcomb, 2623 Pewter PI., 27455 

Lindley Park June L. Rash, 4307 Menfro PI., 27409 
Magnolia Street Pat Allen, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 
New Bessemer Louise Kellam, 3804 Cameron Ave., 27401 
New Hope Priscilla Mosley, 1 379 Lee's Chapel Rd., 27455 

New Horizon Rev. Mark Gray, 52 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 
Northeast Suzanne Jenkins, 4710 Dicks Mill Rd., 

McLeans ville, NC 27301 
Northside Betty Parrott, 5506 Terrapin Crt., 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Pleasant Grove Julia B. Canter., 2130 Bishop Rd., 27406 
Rankin Freda Watson, 1422 Rock Spring St., 27405 

Reedy Fork Bartra G. Ingold, 4800 Yanceyville Rd., 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Rocky Knoll Louise Wagoner, 341 W. Vandalia Rd., 27406 
Rolling Roads Raymond Wyrick, 1816 Starlight Dr., 27407 
Sedgefield Shirley Alley, 4333 Kimmeridge Dr., 27406 

Sharpe Road Helen Compton, 4403 Ripley Rd., 27406 
Sixteenth Street Carol Lee, 3519 Barbour Rd., 27406 
South Elm St. Rosalie Craine, 1049 Frontier Lane, 27406 
Southeast Rich Dymmel, 4401 Wild Oak Lane, 27406 

Southside Betty White, 4 1 09 Summerglen Dr., 27406 

Stevens Mem. Amy Nichols, 5406 Turner Smith Rd., 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Parkway James E. Howell, 4202 Pheasant Run, 27455 

Pinecroft Elizabeth Caffin, 3702 Hickory Hill Dr., 27410 

Pleasant Garden Beatrice M. Maness, 6402 Manorhaven PL, 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 
Summerfield FBC Becky Gatewood, PO Box 93 

Summerfield, NC 27358 
Sumner Ethel Allen, 4441 Old Randleman Rd., 27406 

Willomore Peggy Moorefield, 1433 Burnetts Chapel Rd., 

27407 

Woodlake Tammy Key, 5839 Chrismon Rd., 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 



375-3566 
843-0675 
621-0881 
282-8309 
668-0587 
275-1349 
272-6370 
954-7722 
674-0727 
621-2180 

954-2669 

299-2205 
621-4976 
621-0596 

275-6006 
292-4819 
674-2349 
697-0492 



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299-1878 
674-5667 

643-4959 

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674-3536 

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PIEDMONT 
Prayer Ministry Coordinator 



Clifton Road Lucie Harris, 4 Piper Glen Crt., 27406 
DayStar Ray Holoman, 1113 New Hampshire Dr., 

Jamestown, NC 27282 
Friendly Avenue Ivor Sexton, 4400 Pheasant Run Dr., 27455 
Good News Donald Trapp, 1404 Kellenberger Dr., 27406 
Greensboro FBC Marie Jones, 105 Woodbourne Rd., 27410 
Guilford Grace Saunders, 5614 Buddngwood Dr., 27409 

Hunter Hills Michael Wolff, 2410 Quaker Landing, 27455 
Korean Chung Keun Bae, 5214 D Fox Hunt Dr., 27407 

Lawndale Polly Dodson, 3900 Burlington Rd., 27405 

Lindley Park Helen Rose, 2121 Sprucewood Dr., 27407 
New Bessemer Audrey Hutchison, 730 Westland Dr., 27401 
New Horizon Rev. Mark Gray, 52 10 Liberty Rd, 27406 
Rankin Rev. John B. Jarman,III, 109 Church View Dr., 

27455 

Sedgefield Ron Smith, Sr., 424 Routh Circle, 27406 

South Elm Street Dr. Lawrence E. Clapp, 42 1 2 S. Elm-Eugene 
Street, 27406 

Southeast Jane Simpson, 4405 Williams Dairy Rd., 27406 

Southside Betty Martin, 2420 W. Florida St., 27403 

Parkway James E. Arledge, 2021 Medhurst Dr., 27410 

Pinecroft Betty Blackwell, 4227-A Edith Ln., 27407 

Pleasant Garden Susan Marshall, 602 Burning Bush Dr., 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 1 1 13 
Summerfield FBC Trade Friddle, 3819 Oak Ridge Rd., 

Summerfield, NC 27358 



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697-0310 
299-4130 
292-2523 
299-1332 
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299-4046 
292-6288 
674-0727 
644-7234 



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674-6842 
292-1210 
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294-7124 
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PIEDMONT 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

"Partners in the Harvest" 




'The Harvest is plentiful but the workers are few, 
Matthew 9:37 



2000 



PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



106th. ANNUAL SESSION 

November 2, 2000 
Southeast Baptist Church 

Annual Sermon Dr. Lawrence Clapp 

Doctrinal Sermon Dr. Wilson Stewart 



Date of the Next Meeting: May 3, 2001 



Historical Table 110 

Reports 

Associate Director of Missions 38 

Budget 28 

Committee on Committees 30 

Credentials Committee 35 

Director of Missions 36 

Disaster Relief Ministry 43 

Executive Board Report 1 3 

Financial Statement 25 

Historical Events 56 

Missions Development 38 

Chaplaincy Ministry 41 

Crisis Center 39 

Homeless Housing Ministry 39 

International Student Ministry 40 

New Churches 38 

Overnight Hospital Emergency Ministry 39 

Music 4.4 

Nominating Committee 33 

Ordination Committee 34 

Our Beloved Dead 57 

Personnel Committee 34 

Recreation Ministry 44 

Sunday School 45 

Seminary Extension 44 

Woman's Missionary Union 47 

Reports of Agencies 

Baptist Children's Homes of NC 53 

Baptist Retirement Homes of NC, Inc 55 

Christian Action League 49 

NC Baptist Foundation, Inc 52 

Semi- Annual Meeting 

Messengers 66 

Proceedings 9 

Program 8 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Annual Meeting 

Messengers 61 

Proceedings 2 

Program 1 

Associational Directory 31 

Associational Staff. 31 

Charts 118 

Church Directory 

Associate Pastors 83 

Brotherhood Directors 99 

Chairmen of Deacons 101 

Church Clerks 107 

Church Secretaries 91 

Discipleship Training Directors ..98 

Evangelism Council 106 

Media Library Directors 97 

Ministers Available for Supply 78 

Ministers of Children. 96 

Ministers of Education 87 

Ministers of Music 89 

Ministers Ordained/Licensed During the Year 86 

Ministers of Preschool 95 

Ministers of Recreation 89 

Ministers of Youth 87 

Missions Development Directors/Chairmen 106 

Mission Pastors 82 

Other Ordained Ministers 83 

Pastors 80 

Prayer Ministry Coordinators 109 

Stewardship Chairmen - 105 

Sunday School Directors. 93 

Treasurers 103 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 1 00 

Constitution 17 

Executive Board Members 71 



We dedicate the 
Piedmont Baptist Association 
2000 Minutes 



As an Expression of our Love and 
Gratitude to 




Manuel and Ruth, although you have moved from 
Greensboro, you will never move from the hearts of 
thousands across the Piedmont Baptist Association who have 
come to know and dearly love you over the last two decades. 
Thank you for the vision, leadership, hands on ministry, 
inspiration, and joy that you have brought to so many 
churches and individuals in the PBA. 



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9:15 a-m. 



9:30 



9:45 



9:50 



10:15 
10:20 
10:45 

10:50 

11:00 



Piedmont Baptist Association 106 
November 2, 2000 
Southeast Baptist Church 

"PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST* 
Registration of Messengers 

Morning Session 

Call to Worship 
Welcome, Scripture, Prayer 
Congregational Singing 
Call to Order 
Constituting the Session 
Program Committee Report 
Division of Administration 
Treasurer's Report and Adoption of Budget 
Committee on Committees Report 
Nominating Committee Report 
Personnel Committee Report 
Congregational Singing 
Ethnic Churches and Church Start Plans 
Recognition of Jean Warren for T wenty Years 

Service in PBA Office 
Dedication of Book of Reports 
to Manuel and Ruth Cunnup 
Scripture and Prayer 
Introduction of Speaker 



Annual Meeting 



12:00 
12:45 



Paul Marth 
Joey Tomlin 
Paul Marth 
Ed Roberts 
Beauford Smith 
Mike Jones 

Monica Vaughan 
Terry Larsen 
Gerald Primm 
Otis Davis 
Paul Marth 
Barry Nealy 
Otis Davis 

Lucille Grubbs and 
Vernon Williams 
Michael Barrett 
Michael Barrett 

Special Music Saints Alive, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church 
Annual Sermon "1 Will Follow Christ" Luke 9:23 

Dr. Lawrence Clapp 
South Elm Street Baptist Church 

Lunch 

Reception for Manuel and Rnth Cunnup and Jean Warren 



1:15 p.m Music 
1:20 



1:40 

1:45 

1:50 
1:55 
2:25 
230 



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Afternoon Session 

Paul Marth 

Testimonies of Disaster Relief Projects 

Roy Carter, Camp Herman Baptist Church 
Roger Dodson, Lawn dale Baptist Church 

Miscellaneous Business 

Resolutions 

Introduction of Zach Roberts, Audrey Womack 

New Campus Minister UNCG 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff Terry Larsen 

Director of Missions Report Dennis Blackmon 

Installation of Officers Dennis Blackmon 

Introduction of Speaker Mike Jones 

Special Music Voice of Faith, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church 
Denominational Speaker Rev. Mike Cummings 

President Baptist State Convention of NC 
Benediction and Adjournment 



Piedmont Baptist Association 
Proceedings 106 th Annual Meeting 
November 2, 2000 

Southeast Baptist Church 

The Piedmont Baptist Association's 106 th Annual Meeting was held 
November 2, 2000 at Southeast Baptist Church 

The call to worship was led by Paul Marth, minister of music Pleasant 
Garden Baptist Church, and the Pleasant Garden Baptist Church Choir. Rev. 
Joey Tomlin, pastor of Southeast Baptist Church, welcomed everyone. He read 
scripture from John 14:12-14 and led in prayer. 

Paul Marth led the congregation singing with two songs-"We Have 
Come Into This House" and "Come, Christians, Join to Sing." 

The Annual Meeting was called to order at 9:45 a.m. by Moderator Ed 
Roberts, member of Lawndale Baptist Church. Moderator Roberts called on 
Rev. Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Baptist Church, 
to constitute the Annual Meeting. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Baptist Church and 
chairman of the program committee, moved to accept the program as presented 
from page two of the Book of Reports. The motion was seconded and approved.. 

Moderator Roberts called on Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer 
and member of Rolling Roads Baptist Church, to give the treasurer's report and 
adoption of the budget. She presented the proposed 2001 budget from page 
fifteen of the Book of Reports. A question was raised about the salary of the 
CCM Director, Michael Wolff. No action was taken. Another question was 
raised about more money for disaster relief. No action taken. Budget was 
approved as presented. 

A "Policy Recommendation for Funding of Ministries Related to 
Piedmont Baptist Association" was handed out. The policy read as follows: 
'The Finance Committee recommends the following with respect to the funding 
of ministries, in and related, to the Piedmont Baptist Association (PBA). 

1) Funding of the basic budget of the Piedmont Baptist Association will be done 
primarily through the monthly contributions of the cooperating churches of the 
PBA. This is the current policy. The goal is to have all churches giving on a 
percentage basis, and the recommended percentage has been 5%. 

2) The channel for giving to the direct missions and ministries of the PBA is the 
Shubal Stearns Offering for Associational Missions. The Week of Prayer for the 
offering is the third week of May. Churches take up the offering at the most 
convenient time after that date. 

3) No other offerings will be promoted by the PBA for PBA or other missions 
and ministries at any other time during the year. In the case of a special need, 
the PBA must vote by a two thirds majority to make an exception for a single 
occasion. Preferably special needs will be included as a part of the Shubal 

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Stearns Budget for the year. 

4) The policy of the PBA is to not engage in solicitation of special offerings. It 
is understood that churches and individuals are free to make designated offerings 
at any time. 

Mrs. Vaughan presented the Policy Recommendation. There were no 
questions. The Policy Recommendation was approved as presented. 

Rev. Terry Larsen, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, presented the 
Committee on Committees report. There were no questions. The report was 
passed as presented 

The Moderator called on Rev. Otis Davis, pastor of New Bessemer 
Baptist Church and chairman of the Personnel Committee to give his report. He 
referred to page nineteen of the Book of Reports. Rev. Davis noted three items 
that were approved in the May Semi-Annual Meeting of the PBA: 

1. That Larry Hunter serve as a paid part-time assistant to our jail ministry. 

2. That Barry Nealy's title be changed from Associate Director of Missions to 
Associate Director of Missions in Church Growth. 

3. That a Director of Church and Community Ministries be sought. 
All items were approved as presented. 

A motion from the Personnel Committee was presented-"That Rev. 
Michael Wolffbe called as CCM Director for the Piedmont Baptist Association 
effective today. Michael would serve a minimum of 40 hours per week and 
would receive benefits according to the personnel policy of the PBA. The total 
salary and benefits will be approximately $27,000 (exact amount will be 
determined by the cost of health insurance)." 

There was a question about how the salary packet was put together. It 
was explained that part of the $27,000 would come from the Baptist State 
Convention. The motion was seconded 
and approved 

The Nominating Committee report was given by Rev. Gerald Primm, 
chairman and interim pastor of Rocky Knoll Baptist Church. He presented the 
report and referred to page sixteen and seventeen of the Book of Reports. He 
stated that Paul Marth, director of music of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, had 
been added as music director. The report was seconded and approved as 
presented 

Paul Marth led in the congregational singing of "Come Thou Almighty 
King", "Glorify Thy Name", and "Majesty." 

Barry Nealy, associate director of missions in church growth, presented 
the ethnic churches and church start plans. He stated there were five ethnic 
churches in our Association; Korean, Ethiopian, Vietnamese, Hispanic, and 
Arabic. He called on Rev. David Duarte, pastor of the Hispanic Church, to give 
a report. 

Rev. Duarte said people were coming from High Point and Winston 
Salem to worship and they were excited about their work. He ended by saying, 
"All things are possible with God." 

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Barry Nealy gave a report from the Hispanic Building Committee. In 
the Semi-Annual Meeting of the Association May 4, 2000, a motion was 
approved "That the Piedmont Baptist Association express its commitment to 
work out an agreement to deed two acres of their property to the Hispanic Baptist 
Church. The terms of the deed must be approved by the Association at such time 
as the agreement has been worked out." The agreement was presented with 
three restrictive clauses: 

'This land is conveyed to Grantee subject to certain restrictions as to the use 
thereof with the second and third restrictions ^running with said land (*means 
except where otherwise indicated, the restrictions would bind persons to whom 
the Hispanic Baptist Church sold this property) by whosoever owned. Said 
restrictions, which are expressly assented to by the Grantee in accepting this 
deed are as follows: 

1) In the event that the Hispanic Baptist Church ceases to exist as a Southern 
Baptist Church while it owns this property, then upon such cessation, the above- 
described lands, together with all improvements thereon, shall immediately 
revert to and re-vest in free simple to the Grantor or its *successor ("refers to 
any subsequent organization that takes over the rights or obligations in this 
deed.. For example, if the Piedmont Baptist Association merged with another 
group and changed its name, the new organization would be the successor.) 

2) In the event that the Hispanic Baptist Church or any successor Grantee 
contracts the property for the price at which Grantee had agreed to sell the 
property. Such option shall be exercised, if at all, by Grantor within 1 5 business 
days after it is provided a copy of the proposed sale contract. Any sales contract 
executed by a "Grantee will reflect that the sale is subject to this option by 
Grantor. 

3) For as long as the Piedmont Baptist Association, its successors or * assigns 
(*refers to anyone who is assigned the rights or obligations of this deed For 
example, if the Piedmont Baptist Association decided to dissolve, it could assign 
the rights under this deed to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina) or 
any entity connected with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina or 
Southern Baptist Convention owns property adjoining the property conveyed 
herein, this property shall be used exclusively for religious or educational 
purposes only. If such property ceases to be used for such purposes, then upon 
such cessation of use, the above-described lands, together with all improvements 
thereon shall immediately *revert to and re-vest in free simple (*means that if 
the conditions are violated, the property would be returned to the Piedmont 
Baptist Association and the former owner would have no rights to the property), 
in the Grantor, its successors or assigns." 

There were no questions. The motion was approved as presented. 

Barry Nealy gave a report on other church starts. He said the goal of 
PBA is to start three new churches each year. There will be two church starts 
in the UNCG area: Anglo and By-Racial. Also there will be a church start in the 
Summerfield area. 



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Dr. Adrian Harris, pastor of Clifton Road Baptist Church, gave an 
informal report on the progress of their church work. They have started a new 
ministry called First Step Ministry which is designed to close down crack 
houses. They have purchased five houses on adjoining church property to 
expand their church facilities. 

Moderator Ed Roberts called on Rev. Otis Davis to recognize Jean 
Warren* PBA secretary, for her twenty years of service in the office. Rev. Davis 
said, "Jean Warren is the epitome of sweetness in her dedicated work for the 
Piedmont Baptist Association." She was presented a monetary gift. 

The next order of business was the dedication of the Book of Reports. 

Lucille Grubbs, assistant PBA clerk, and Dr. Vernon Williams, pastor 
emeritus Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, recognized Rev. Manuel and Ruth 
Cunnup, former director of missions of the Piedmont Baptist Association who 
recently moved from Greensboro to Goldston. The Book of Reports for 2000 
will be dedicated in honor of the Cunnups, 

Lucille Grubbs shared a few highlights about Rev. Manuel Cunnup. 
When Rev. Cunnup was offered the Director of Missions position, he said he 
would have to pray about it. After much prayer, he and Ruth felt led to the 
Piedmont Baptist Association. His first day was October 23, 1978. 

Rev. Williams recognized Manuel and said he was sure that God sent 
him to us and it was a great day when he came. He stated Manuel was a pastor's 
friend and he had a great vision for our work. 

Manuel and Ruth were presented a framed full color copy of the 
dedication page that will be in the Book of Reports. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, read 
scripture and had prayer. He then introduced Dr. Lawrence Clapp, pastor of 
South Elm Street Baptist Church, who preached the annual sermon. Rev. 
Barrett said that Lawrence was his prayer partner. Lawrence had been pastor of 
South Elm Street Baptist Church for sixteen years and he was a shepard, pastor 
and a preacher. 

Paul Marth, associational music director, directed the special music. 
"Saints Alive", Senior Adult Choir of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, sang 
two songs, "Sunshine in My Soul" and "Jesus is the Rock." 

Dr. Clapp's message was "Partners in the Harvest". He shared the 
video "The Harvest is Plenteous". 

He said there is a task for us to do. He used Luke 9:23, "If any man will 
come after me." 

He asked, 'What does it mean, come after Christ? We are to accept the 
authority of another (Christ)." His theme was "I Will Follow Christ" 

He stated there were five ways to follow Christ. 1 . By Salvation (John 
3:16) 2. By Following Christ. 3. To Follow Christ in Our Prayer Life 4. 
Follow Christ in Evangelism-Jesus met woman at the well and shared her 
spiritual need. 5. Follow Christ in Love-God reached out in love. 

Dr. Clapp concluded his message with a song, "I Have Decided to 



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Follow Jesus." 

The morning session was dismissed with prayer. 

After a delicious lunch a reception was held for Manuel and Ruth 
Cunnup and Jean Warren. 

Paul Marth, associational music director, led the congregation in two 
hymns, "No Other Name" and "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name." 

Moderator Ed Roberts called on Roger Dodson, member of Lawndale 
Baptist Church, who gave a report on the disaster relief project in which their 
church participated. Their project was in Pender County and the town of 
Burgaw, North Carolina. Roger said these people needed to get back in their 
homes but their greatest need is Jesus Christ. 

Rev. Roy Carter, pastor of Camp Herman Baptist Church, gave his 
report for their work in disaster relief. He gave an account of the work that then- 
church is doing down east. He said they are still going down to work on the 
third weekend of each month. He shared a video of the work being done and 
said it was a great opportunity to share Jesus through the disaster relief of 
Piedmont Baptist Association. 

The Moderator called for miscellaneous business. There were none. 

The Moderator recognized Rev. Jim Fleet, member of the Christian Life 
Council, for two announcements: 1. He said the Christian Life Council had 
purchased a video, "It's Not Gay". The video is available for any church to 
view. 2. The lottery was not brought up in the election debate on the state level. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, told 
about their planned spring mission trip to Africa. 

Rev. Joe Giaritelli, pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church, told about their 
training session on creationism at Lawndale Church 

The Moderator called for any resolutions. There was none. 

Audrey Womack, international student ministries coordinator for the 
association, introduced Zach Roberts, the new campus minister at UNCG. He 
spoke briefly about the campus ministry at UNCG. He said Philippians 2: 12 is 
a verse for his own life and for the campus ministry. He said he was pleased to 
team up with the Piedmont Baptist Association. 

Recognition of new pastors and staff was presented by Rev. Terry 
Larsen, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. James Jackson, Lawndale Baptist 
Church and Rob Miller, Friendly Avenue Baptist Church were introduced. 

Dr. Dennis Blackmon, director of missions, gave his report on the work 
of the Piedmont Baptist Association. He spoke about the good work of the 
churches and said that the Sunday School attendance was up for this year. 

Baptisms were up over 800, but have been plateaued at about the same 
level for four years.. For the last three years the average for baptisms is about 
853. He said after people are saved we need to get them into the work of God 
then we will see baptisms increase. There are 1 ,000 more in Sunday School than 
there were ten years ago. Dr. Blackmon asked the question, "Is it just possible 

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that the PBA might help the churches grow?" He spoke about the good work of 
the PBA staff. 

He spoke of the work of Rev. Manuel Cunnup, retired DOM He said 
that Manuel had provided many contributions to the PBA and helped set the 
ground work of the PBA today. He also spoke of the good work of Jean Warren 
as secretary and Lucille Grubbs, retired but still working part-time. He said it 
was a joy to work with the people of the churches. 

Dennis Blackmon led in the installation of the PBA officers for the year 
2001. He concluded with prayer. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, introduced 
the denominational speaker, Rev. MikeCummings, president of the Baptist State 
Convention ofNorth Carolina. Special music was provided by "Voice of Faith", 
Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. 

Rev. Cummings' text was from Acts 2:40-47. His topic was "What 
This Church Had Done To Win the Lost." He elaborated on: they understood 
that people had to be instructed (v. 42), they had things in common (v. 44), they 
had compassion and were interactive (v. 45). 

Rev. Joey Tomlin, pastor of Southeast Baptist Church, adjourned the 
meeting with prayer. 
Respectfully Submitted, 
Beauford R Smith, Clerk 



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PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING 

May 4, 2000 
Cornerstone Baptist Church 
"Partners In The Harvest" 
AFTERNOON SESSION 

Registration 
Call to Order 
Welcome 

Scripture and Prayer 

Constituting the Session 

Hymn 

Committee Reports 

Program Committee 

Nominating Committee 

Credentials Committee 

Personnel Committee 
Focus on Youth 

Youth Ministry 

World Changers 

Upward Basketball 
Recognition of Youth and 
Children Ministers/Workers 
Adoption of Shubal Stearns Budget 
Director of Missions Report 
Miscellaneous Business 
Hymn 

Introduction of Speaker 
Doctrinal Sermon 
Prayer 

Shubal Stearns Banquet 

EVENING SESSION 

Call to Worship 
Welcome 
Hymn 

Hispanic Steering Committee Report 
Testimonies 

Korean Mission Moses Yu, Korean Mission 

International Ministries Nancy and Larry Jackson, Pleasant Garden 

Chaplaincy Ministry Larry Hunter, Northeast 

Montagnard Family Resettlement Edith Slate, Rankin 

Disaster Teams and Trailer, Hurricane Floyd Roy Carter, Camp Herman 
Shubal Stearns Budget Promotion Dennis Blackmon, Director of Missions 
Introduction of Speaker Ken Clark, Central 

Special Music Sumner Spradling, Cornerstone 

Denominational Speaker Dr. Paige Patterson, President 

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Southern Baptist Convention 
Benediction and Adjournment Wojford Boyd, PBA Chaplain 



Ed Roberts, Lawndale 
Richard Byrd, Cornerstone 
Larry Foust, Good News 
Beau ford Smith, Colfax 



Mike Jones, Eller Memorial 
Gerald Primm, Rocky Knoll 
Deryl Holliday, Summerfield First 
Otis Davis, New Bessemer 

Mark Smith, Summerfield First 
Susan Jones, Eller Memorial 
Keith Feather, Lawndale 
Barry Nealy, Assoc. Director of Missions 

Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads 
Dennis Blackmon, Director of Missions 
Ed Roberts, Lawndale 

Charles Phelps, Groometown 
Dr. Wilson Stewart, Northeast 
Charlie Hahn, Cornerstone 



Cornerstone Choir 
Sumner Spradling, Cornerstone 



Jimmy Sowers, Guilford 



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Piedmont Baptist Association 
PROCEEDINGS SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING 
May 4, 2000 
Cornerstone Baptist Church 

The Semi-Annual Meeting was called to order at 3:30 p.m. by Ed 
Roberts, moderator and member of Lawndale Baptist Church. 

Dr. Richard Byrd, pastor of Cornerstone Church, gave everyone a 
hearty welcome. 

Rev. Larry Faust, pastor of Good News Church, read scripture from 
Acts 1:4-11 and led in prayer. 

Rev. Beauford R. Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax 
Church, constituted the Semi-Annual Meeting. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Church, led in a hymn, 'To 
God Be the Glory." 

Rev. Jones, chairman of the program committee, moved to accept the 
program as presented. The motion was approved. 

Moderator Roberts called on Rev. Gerald Primm, interim pastor of 
Rocky Knoli Church and chairman of the nominating committee, to give their 
report. Rev. Primm stated that all positions had been filled except music 
director. He moved that the report be approved as presented. The report was 
approved. 

Moderator Roberts recognized Dr. Deryl Holliday, pastor ot 
Summerfield First Church and chairman of the credentials committee. Dr. 
Holliday stated that the Arabic Baptist Church, pastored by Rev. Maged Basily, 
had made a request for membership in the Piedmont Baptist Association as a 
constituted church. Dr. Holliday moved that the Arabic Church be under 
watchcare of Piedmont Baptist Association for one year. The motion passed. 

The personnel committee report was given by Rev. Otis Davis, 
chairman and pastor of New Bessemer Church. The committee brought three 
motions to be considered: 

1) The PBA accept the recommendation of the special committee and 
employ an assistant chaplain on a part-time hourly basis for up to 15 hours a 
week, and that Larry Hunter be employed to fill this need. 

2) Barry Nealy's job title be changed from Associate Director of 
Missions to Associate Director of Missions in Church Growth. The job 
responsibility will be to work with churches in internal growth, spiritual growth, 

and extension growth. 

3) The PBA follows the recommendation of the special committee and 
adds a staffposition to be called Director of Church and Community Ministries. 
The job responsibility of the CCM Director would be to promote and give 
direction to existing social ministries related to PBA and make proposals fornew 
ones that may be required. The focus should be on assisting churches with 

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church-based ministries and making existing ministries more church based; 
existing ministries being crisis ministry, hospital ministry, homeless housing, 
refugee resettlement, support multihousing; and a planned ministry, Christian 
Women's Job Corps. 

The three motions were approved as presented. 

There were three reports given which focused on youth. Rev. Mark 
Smith, youth minister of Summerfield First Church, gave his report. He told 
how God works with youth and how a growth program helps youth to develop 
and grow in Christ. He gave an account of several programs their church has 
that works with students in school. He said the heart of youth ministry was the 
people who work with students. He told of inviting someone to church to play 
the drums and how eventually the person accepted Christ. 

Susan Jones, member of Eller Memorial Church and wife of Rev. Mike 
Jones, gave a report on World Changers which is a youth mission group. World 
Changers was started in 1990 in Memphis, Tenn. with 130 students. This year 
more than 16,000 are registered. She told about the mission work five students 
and two adults from Eller Memorial Church did last year in Wheeling, West 
Virginia. This year, in July, they will be going to La Grange, Georgia on their 
mission trip with seven students and five adults. 

Keith Feather, associate minister of Lawndale Church, gave an 
interesting report about their church's Upward Basketball Program. This 
ministry is a Christian athletic program for children grades one through six. 
Their program gives each player equal opportunity to play basketball. Also, the 
children are taught spiritual values. 

The youth and children m inisters/workers report was given by Dr. Barry 
Nealy, associate director of missions. He recognized the children and youth 
minister workers. He led in prayer for this ministry. 

Moderator Ed Roberts called for the presentation of the Shubal Stearns 
budget. He said he was a big tan of the Shubal Stearns offering. He called on 
Monica Vaughan, member of Rolling Roads Church and treasurer for Piedmont 
Baptist Association, to present the Shubal Stearns budget. She gave a 
breakdown of the $30,000 budget. She stated that the biggest part of the budget, 
$23,500, designated for new churches and missions would be applied to the 
Hispanic Church. After a short discussion, the Moderator called for a vote. The 
Shubal Stearns budget was unanimously approved. Mrs. Vaughan spoke about 
thePBA Missions 2000 Prayer Guide and encouraged everyone to use the Prayer 
Guide to pray for PBA Missions. 

The Moderator called on Dr. Dennis Blackmon, director of missions, 
to give his report. Dr. Blackmon recognized Rev. Todd Haynes, the new pastor 
of Sixteenth Street Church. He also recognized Geneva Metzger, member of 
Greensboro First Church, for her work with international college students. He 
spoke on the National Day of Prayer set for the first Thursday in May. He said 
if we ever needed to pray for our nation, it s now. He said it is important to 
know what is going on in our churches. The church is the key to the future of 



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our nation. He also said that many older people are getting saved, but he did not 
know any programs to win the senior adults. He asked that we pray that God 
will open our eyes to ministry opportunities and that God will bless us that we 
may be a blessing. He also asked that we pray for our churches and their leaders, 
for our president, senators, representatives and local leaders. He then asked 
that we spend a few moments in prayer about these issues. 

Moderator Roberts recognized Dee Willis, member of Lawndale 
Church and chairman of the Christian life council. Mr. Willis spoke about the 
lottery, which could come up in North Carolina legislative assembly this year 
and that we need to be aware of this item. He encouraged each church to form 
a Christian life council. 

Jim Fleet, member of Eller Memorial Church and member of the 
Christian life council, spoke in support of the information Dee Willis gave. He 
also spoke on the life style that confronts us today. 

With no other miscellaneous business, the Moderator called on Barry 
Nealy to lead us in the hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name." 

Rev. Charles Phelps, pastor of Groometown Church, introduced the 
speaker, Dr. Wilson Stewart, pastor of Northeast Church. He gave the history 
of Dr. Stewart's work in the Greensboro area. 

Dr Stewart read from Hebrews 1:1-3, "Preeminence of Jesus." He 
spoke on three things: 1) Preeminence of His person 2) Preeminence of Jesus 
in His ministry 3) Preeminence of Jesus in our lives. In his conclusion, Dr. 
Stewart said, "The most difficult thing to do is practice what I preach." . 

The afternoon session was dismissed with prayer by Charlie Harm, 
associate pastor of Cornerstone Church. 

After a time of fellowship and a good meal, we were welcomed back to 
the evening session by Pastor Richard Byrd who led in prayer. We were called 
to worship by the Cornerstone Church Choir then Sumner Spradling, member 
of Cornerstone Church, led in three praise hymns. 

Jimmy Sowers, member of Guilford Church, gave the Hispanic steering 
committee report. He gave a background report on the Hispanic Baptist Mission. 
He said the Hispanic population is growing and shared the committee s plan to 
find a campus for the Hispanic Mission. He said that the Hispanic steering 
committee is made up of three sur^cxramittees-location, finance, proP^ He 
asked messengers to go back to their churches and search for talent to build and 
support the Hispanic Mission. 

Shirley Barricks, member of Summerfield First Church, spoke about 
the work of the property sub-committee. They are looking for property under 
guidelines established by the steering committee. She shared a letter from Rev. 
David Duarte, pastor of the Hispanic Baptist Mission. 

The Hispanic steering committee made a motion: 'That the Piedmont 
Baptist Association express its commitment to work out an agreement 
to deed two acres of their property to the Hispanic Mission. The terms 
of the deed must be approved by the Piedmont Baptist Association at 

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such time as the agreement has been worked out." 

Several questions were asked about the property. After a short 
discussion, the motion was approved. 

Moderator Roberts called for testimonies about the Piedmont Baptist 
Association ministries and missions. The volunteer mission report was given by 
Larry and Nancy Jackson via a telephone. They are members of Pleasant Garden 
Church and will be going to Bolivia in the near future. They spoke of the 
influence of their involvement in PBA International Student Ministry and later 
in partnership missions on their call to missions. They thanked the churches for 
their prayers and support. 

The Korean Mission report was given by Rev. Moses Yu, pastor. He 
said he was from Korea and from a Buddhist background. Someone came to his 
school and shared Jesus and he accepted Christ. His family has come to know 
Jesus. He asked everyone to pray for the Korean Mission. 

The chaplaincy ministry report was given by Larry Hunter, member of 
Northeast Church. He thanked everyone for their support in being appointed to 
the part-time Chaplain's position at the Guilford County Detention Center. He 
gave some examples of his work at the jail which includes providing needs of 
inmates. 

Edith Slate, member of Rankin Church, gave a report on the 
Montagnard family. She met the refugees at the airport and helped prepare for 
their moving in. They were given help processing their paper work and getting 
their children registered in school. She asked for prayer for this ministry. 

Rev. Roy Carter, pastor of Camp Herman Church, gave the report on 
the disaster teams and trailer and Hurricane Floyd. He explained how the 
volunteers have helped the flood victims in the eastern part of our state repair 
their homes and have at every opportunity shared the plan of salvation. 

Dennis Blackmon, director of missions, explained how the Shubal 
Stearns budget is being used. He encouraged the messengers and their churches 
to support this budget. 

Rev. Ken Clark, pastor of Central Church, introduced our 
denominational speaker, Dr. Paige Patterson, president of Southeastern 
Seminary and president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Special music was 
presented by Sumner Spradling. 

Dr. Patterson read scripture from Luke 15:1-10. His subject was How 
to Make an Angel Laugh. He spoke on Vexation of Lostness. A sheep knows 
what it is to be lost. He shared the Value of a Soul. A lost sheep is valuable. A 
human soul is more valuable. His final point was Victory of Discovery. We 
should rejoice over lost people who find Jesus. Every soul is precious. Come 
and rejoice with me. 

The meeting was closed with prayer by Wofford Boyd, Piedmont 
Baptist Association Chaplain. 
Respectfully Submitted, 
Beauford Smith, Clerk 



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Piedmont Baptist Association 
Executive Board Meetings 



February 21, 2000 

The Executive Board of the Piedmont Baptist Association met on 

Monday, February 21, 
2000,12:00 noon, at Rankin Baptist Church. The Moderator Ed Roberts, 
member of Lawndale Baptist Church, called the meeting to order. 

Rev. John Jarman, pastor of Rankin Baptist Church, was recognized 
and welcomed everyone then read scripture from acts 15:22-25 and 28 (NAS). 
He reminded us that the Holy Spirit gives us unity. Rev. Jarman led in prayer. 

Rev. Beauford R. Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Baptist 
Church, presented minutes of the Executive Board meeting, August 30, 1999, 
for approval. After the minutes were reviewed, they were approved as presented. 

Moderator Roberts called on Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer 
and member of Rolling Roads Baptist Church, to give the finance report. She 
stated that the year ended with a good financial situation. Rev. Pat Cronin, 
pastor of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church, asked about a $6,000.00 short-fall. 
Monica explained how this was handled. The financial report was approved as 
presented. 

Dr. Barry Nealy, associate director of missions, gave the Hispanic 
Steering Committee report. He stated that the Hispanic Baptist Church was 
growing, but still did not have a building or a sponsoring church. Dr. Nealy 
referred to a letter of February 9 th asking for volunteers to help with getting a 
building and financial help. He said the Hispanic Church was meeting at 
Rolling Roads Baptist Church with an outlet at Rankin Baptist Church. The 
Committee is looking for land. 

Dr. Nealy introduced Rev. David Duarte, pastor of the Hispanic Church 
and member of the Steering Committee. The Steering Committee will be 
recruiting several teams to work on this project. 

Rev. Paul Crews, pastor of Rolling Roads Baptist Church and member 
of the Hispanic Steering Committee, gave the financial report. He said the 
estimated cost of a building for the Hispanic Church is $ 1 80,000.00. They have 
raised $6,000.00 and $15,000.00 is on hand. The Hispanic Church wants to 
raise $20,000.00 for the Building Fund. 

Rev. Roy Carter, pastor of Camp Herman Baptist Church, gave the 
report on the disaster recovery trailer. He had been on site of the flood disaster 
down east. His motto, "Help these people to rebuild their homes, also help them 
with their spiritual condition." 

Rev. Carter gave an account of a husband they had helped and as a 
result he accepted Christ. He told about some of the people who the disaster 
team were involved with. The last group had twenty-three people to work in the 
disaster area. He recognized the people on the disaster recovery mission team. 

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He stated that the trailer can be used for local projects in church communities. 

Moderator Roberts asked for the WMU report. 

Ann Williams, associationai WMU director and member of Friendly 
Avenue Baptist church, gave the report. She said the WMU had a wonderful 
yearly banquet. She thanked the pastors for their support. She gave a report on 
the WMU's campaign to build an infirmary for Mundo Vista and asked people 
to give the cost of one cup of coffee each week., $1.00, to help with the Mundo 
vista project of $150,000.00. 

Moderator Roberts called on Dr. Dennis Blackmon, director of 
missions, to give his report. Dr. Blackmon asked all churches to record their e- 
mail addresses on the sign-in sheet. He encouraged all churches to go on 
e-mail. He then spoke about the Faith Training and the benefit to the churches 
if they would get their people committed to take the training. 

He also spoke on the subject of our basic vision for PBA, "A group of 
churches together." He made reference to Matthew, chapter 25. Jesus said, 
"Verily I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these 
my brethren, ye have done it unto me." Dr. Blackmon said he would like to see 
our churches focus on 1) a resource person in PBA to help churches to help 
people, and 2) pray that God will show us the person who we need to carry out 
these projects. 

Dr. Blackmon spoke about the challenge that Rev. Jack Morris gave us 
at the November Annual Meeting- 1) every church start one new unit (class or 
department of Sunday School) and 2) every class add one new person per year. 

He thanked the WMU for their work. He then recognized Dr. Robert 
Stewart from the Baptist State Convention. 

The Moderator recognized Dr. Joe Giaritelli, pastor ofLawndale Baptist 
Church. Dr. Giaritelli gave information on the new counseling ministry called 
Baptist Counseling Center. This ministry will use space at Lawndaie Baptist 
Church. The tentative date to start is mid-March. 

Dr. Wilson Stewart, pastor Northeast Baptist Church, gave a report on 
the Seminary Extension classes. They have completed eleven courses and will 
begin anther course in the Spring. 

The Moderator dismissed the meeting with prayer. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford Smith, Clerk 

August 21, 2000 

The Executive Board Meeting was held on August 21, 2000 at 12:00 
noon at Sharpe Road Baptist Church. Moderator Ed Roberts, member of 
Lawndaie Baptist Church, called the meeting to order. 

In the absence of the pastor, Dr. Alton Cook, Bonnie Reynolds, member 
of Sharpe Road Church, welcomed everyone and read scripture from I 
Thessalonians 4:1 1 and 5:12 FF. 

The Moderator called on Beauford Smith, associationai clerk and pastor 



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of Colfax Baptist Church, to present the minutes of the February 21, 2000 
Executive Board Meeting and the Semi-Annual Meeting. The Moderator called 
for the financial report Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer and member 
ofRolling Roads Baptist Church, presented the 200 1 budget for review. Budget 
approval will be made at the Annual Meeting in November. She stated that 
there would be a three and one half percent salary increase across the board 
The 200 1 budget is set at $429,234.89. The year 2000 budget was $395,000.00. 
The Moderator asked for questions. 

Gerald Primm, interim pastor of Rocky Knoll Baptist Church, had a 
question about the Shubal Stearns budget concerning the 2000-2001 year. He 
then encouraged the churches to give to the associational missions offering. 

Someone asked if the PBA has a video to promote the Shubal Stearns 
offering. Dr. Blackmon answered no, but a slide presentation had been used in 
the past. 

Moderator Roberts called for the Hispanic Steering Committee report. 
Barry Nealy, associate Director of Missions, gave the report for Jimmy Sowers 
chairman of the committee. He presented a map of the PBA property showing 
the location of two acres of land that had been approved for the building of the 
Hispanic Church. Two acres were approved for the Hispanic Church at the 
Semi-Annual Meeting May 4, 2000 with the stipulation that "The terms of the 
deed must be approved by the PBA at such time as the agreement has been 
worked out." The Hispanic Steering Committee presented two clauses to be 
approved to finalize the terms of the deed for the two acres for the Hispanic 
Church. 

Barry Nealy made a motion for the Hispanic Steering Committee to 
include the following terms in the deed: 1 ) That the two acres lie in the area 
designated by address 1901 Sharpe Road as displayed on the map of the 
Association's property. 2) That Ihe deed contain two restrictive clauses as 
follows: 1) If the Hispanic Baptist Church should ever cease to be a Southern 
Baptist Church affiliated with the Piedmont Baptist Association, the property 
shall revert to Piedmont Baptist Association or its assigns. 2) If this church 
chooses to sell the property Piedmont Baptist Association retains the right of first 
refusal on the property and the right to restrict the sale to a party acceptable by 
the Association on the grounds of moral uprightness and, if it is a church or 
teaching institution, on the grounds of Biblical soundness. 

Pat Cronin, pastor ofFriendly Avenue Baptist Church, raised a question 
about the legalities and classification of clause number 1. There were several 
questions about this item. There was a lengthy discussion of the two clauses. 

Gerald Primm, interim pastor of Rocky Knoll Baptist Church, made a 
motion to table the motion of the deed to the Annual Meeting in November or 
have a special called meeting to clarity both clauses. The motion was seconded 
and approved by two thirds vote. 

Dennis Blackmon, director of missions, gave information on the 
Pioneer Evangelism Conference and registration. Pleasant Garden Baptist 



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Church will host this conference on September 15 and 16. Dr. Wade and 
Barbara Akins will be part of this conference. Wade and Barbara have served 
in several countries a missionaries. Dr. Blackmon stated this conference will 
present ways to evangelize that we have not used before. This training will give 
guidelines to pastors on how to help lay people to evangelize. He encouraged all 
churches to take advantage of this training. 

The Moderator called on Audrey Womack, international student 
coordinator, to introduce Zach Roberts, the new BSU director at UNCG. Zach 
gave an introduction to his work. He stated he grew up and lived in Lynchburg, 
Virginia and attended Southwestern Seminary. 

Moderator Roberts called for new and miscellaneous business. There 
was no new business. 

Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, recognized the 
members of Sharpe Road Baptist Church who prepared the delicious meal. They 
were applauded. 

The meeting was dismissed with prayer. 
Respectfully Submitted 
Beauford Smith, Clerk 



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CONSTITUTION OF 
PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 

ARTICLE 1 
NAME AND PURPOSE 
Section 1. The name of the Association is PIEDMONT BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Section 2. The purpose of the Association is to proclaim the Gospel of 

Jesus Christ by developing and promoting programs to assist the effectiveness 
of the churches in their mission in cooperation with the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE 11 
QUALIFICATION OF MEMBER CHURCHES 
Section 1. A church admitted to membership in this Association shall 

be a Church which shall cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, be 
recommended by the Credentials Committee and whose membership shall con- 
sist of believers baptized by immersion only. 

Section 2. Unless it shall be a member of this Association upon the date 

of adoption of this Constitution, a Church to be admitted as a member of this 
Association shall apply for membership by submitting a statement over the 
signature of its pastor and clerk that the Church intends to cooperate with the 
Southern Baptist Convention and the Association and that its members have 
been baptized by immersion only. The Credentials Committee shall use as its 
basic guide in examining the Church the "Baptist Faith and Message" as 
adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. Upon 
recommendation by the Credentials Committee of the Association and upon a 
vote of at least two-thirds of the messengers voting at a meeting of the 
Association, a church, or mission shall be admitted under the watchcare of the 
Association. The church or mission may after one year, if recommended by the 
Credentials Committee, be received into the foil fellowship of the Association. 
Section 3. Each member church shall retain its autonomy, but if the 

Credentials Committee of the Association shall determine that a member 
church has ceased to cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, the 
Baptist State Convention and/or the Association, or has admitted members not 
baptized by immersion only, upon recommendation of the Credentials 
Committee at a meeting of the Association and upon a vote of at least two- 
thirds of the messengers voting at such meeting, a member church may be 
expelled from membership in the Association. No person serving the 
Association in any capacity shall be qualified to continue in office if the 
member church of which he is a member is expelled. 



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ARTICLE III 
MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION 
Section 1 . The Association shall meet at least once per year. The annual 

meeting shall begin on the last Thursday of October, unless the Executive 
Board of the Association shall decide upon a different date for the meeting and 
notify each member church at least thirty (30 ) days in advance of the different 
date. 

Section 2. Special meetings of the Association may be convened by the 

Moderator if the Executive Board shall give prior approval and written notice 
shall be given to the member churches at least ten days prior to the special 
meeting. 

Section 3. The representation of the member churches at annual or 

special meetings of the Association shall be by messengers. Each member 
church shall be entitled to send to a meeting of the Association as messengers, 
the pastor, one (1) additional staff member and not less than six (6) of its other 
members. Each church shall be entitled to one (1) additional member for each 
200 members of that church above 300 members. Churches are encouraged to 
send as many of their Executive Board representatives as possible to serve as 
messengers. 

Section 4 . Meetings of the Association and of the Executive Board shall 

be conducted in accordance with parliamentary rules of order as set forth in the 
latest edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE IV 
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 
Section 1 . The officers of the Association are a Moderator, a Vice 

Moderator, a Clerk, and a Treasurer. The Association may elect an Assistant 
Clerk, an Assistant Treasurer and a Parliamentarian, if any is deemed 
necessary. 

Section 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the annual 

meeting of the Association and shall assume their duties upon the adjournment 
of the annual meeting and hold office until they are replaced by the Association. 
No person may be elected Moderator for more than two successive terms. 
Section 3. The duties of the officers shall include but are not limited to 

the following: 

(a) The Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board, 
(b) The Vice Moderator shall preside at the annual or special meetings of the 
Association and at the meetings of the Executive Board at the request of or in 
the absence of the Moderator at any such meeting. 

(c) The Clerk shall record the proceedings of the Association and the 
Executive Board at all their meetings and shall deliver all notices required by 
the Constitution or directed to be given by the presiding officer. 

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(d) The Treasurer shall receive and disburse the funds of the Association as 
directed by the Association or the Executive Board and shall keep accounts of 
his transactions and present an accurate account of same to the annual meeting 
of the Association and as directed by the Executive Board. 

ARTICLE V 
THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 
Section 1 . The Executive Board shall be composed of the officers of the 

Association, not more than nine (9) members of each church ( which shall 
include the Pastor, one (1) other staff person, the Sunday School Director, the 
WMU Director, the Brotherhood Director, Chairman of Deacons, and 
Chairman of Finance Committee, and such other number elected by each 
member church necessary to bring the total number of members to nine (9), 
each director or coordinator of each division of the Association and the Director 
of Missions or any other staff member of the Association as ex-officio member 
without voting power. 

Section 2. The Executive Board shall meet at least four times a year or 

in special meeting called by the Moderator upon at least seven days prior 
notice to each of its members. 

Section 3 . The Executive Board has authority to act for the Association 

except as limited by this Constitution between each meeting of the Association, 
whether annual or special, and is responsible for election of the Director of 
Missions of the Association and administration of the Association's business as 
governed by the By-Laws of the Association. 

ARTICLE VI 
LEGAL TITLE TO PROPERTY 
Recognizing that the Piedmont Baptist Association is incorporated, 
and that by law the corporation holds title to its property and further 
recognizing that by law all corporations are required to have officers designated 
as President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, the following officers as 
set forth in Article IV of the Constitution are to serve as officers of the 
Corporation in the following capacities: 

Moderator - President 
Vice Moderator - Vice President 
Clerk - Secretary 
Treasurer - Treasurer 



Moderator and Clerk, acting as President and Secretary of the Corporation, 
shall be required as the means to affect the transfer of property owned by the 



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Corporation. The Association shall authorize any transfer of real property. 
Should action of trustees be legally required for any reason in the future, the 
Moderator and Clerk are hereby designated as trustees. 

ARTICLE VII 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . This constitution may be amended by at least two-thirds vote 

of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
proposed amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the churches not 
less than twenty (20) days before the convening of the annual meeting and the 
proposed amendment is read to the Executive Board as information in its 
meeting prior to the annual meeting. 

Section 2. This Constitution may be amended by at least two thirds 

majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association, provided 
that the proposed amendment is moved for passage by the Executive Board and 
that notice of the proposed amendment including all its provisions has been 
delivered to each member church not less than twenty (20) days before the 
special meeting convenes. 



BY-LAWS 
OF 

PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, INC. 

ARTICLE 1 
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 
Section 1. Ultimate authority of the Association shall reside in the 

Association duly assembled by majority vote of the duly elected messengers at 
such meeting, provided that a quorum shall be present and voting. A quorum 
shall be at least one (1) messenger from at least 25% of the then member 
churches. 

Section 2. The Executive Board shall have the authority and 

responsibility provided for in the Constitution, Article V Section 3. It may 
establish such committees as may be necessary to accomplish its 
responsibilities. Each member of any such committee shall be a member in 
good standing of one of the member churches in the Association. Upon election 
of Director of Missions for the Association by majority vote, the Executive 
board shall retain the services of the Director of Missions under a contract 
which shall include a specific description of the duties, responsibilities and 
other terms of employment. If there shall be a vacancy in the position of 
Director of Missions, the Executive Board shall appoint a Search Committee 
which shall seek, recommend and nominate to the Executive Board a candidate 



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or candidates for Director of Missions from which nomination or nominations 
the Executive Board shall elect Director of Missions whashall hold office at the 
pleasure of the Executive Board and in accordance with the contract of 
employment. 

Section 3. The Director of Missions shall he the Chief Executive of the 

Association and shall report to and he directly responsible to the Executive 
Board. The Director of Missions shall be responsible for the proper function of 
all departments and committees of the Association and shall be a member of all 
such committees, ex-officio. The Director of Missions shall plan and develop 
the programs and objectives of the departments and divisions of the Association 
and shall advise, consult with and counsel the committees, departments and 
divisions to facilitate the attainment of their goals. 

Section 4. An Associational council shall be presided over by the 

Director of Missions and shall be composed of the Directors or Coordinators of 
each of the four (4) divisions (Administration ,Church Development, Christian 
Ministries, Denominational and Public Affairs) together with the officers of the 
Association, Directors of Departments and Ministries. The Council shall be 
responsible for planning and coordinating the work of the committees, 
divisions, departments, ministries, and calendaring the events, meetings and 
other work of the Association to assure the effectiveness of the four divisions. 
Section 5. There shall be four (4) divisions of the Association each to be 
headed by a Director or Coordinator who shall be responsible for guidance of 
the work of his or her respective division as follows: 

1. Division of Administration. It shall be composed of the committees of the 
Association which have administrative duties, including but not limited to 
committees for credentials, finance, auditing, constitutional revision, 
properties, personnel, nominating, on committees, arrangements for meetings, 
ordinations, resolutions, and program. The work of this division shall be 
guided and coordinated by the Administrative Assistant. This person may be 
a paid staff member. 

II. Division of Church Development. It shall be composed of departments 
designed to edify the member churches in membership, education, and 
proclamation, including but not limited to departments for Sunday School, 
Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music, 
Evangelism, Stewardship, Youth, Senior Citizens, Recreation and TACMO. 
The Director of this division may at the pleasure of the Executive Board, be 
retained at salary under contract. Each of the departments shall be headed by 
a Director and all of the Directors of the departments shall constitute a Council 
to advise and consult with the Director of the Division. 

III. Division of Christian Ministries. It shall be composed of ministries of the 
Association which are designed to meet human needs in the bounds of our 
Association. These shall include but not be limited to: Church Extension, 
Chaplaincy, Literacy, International Students, Vietnamese Mission and 



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Resettlement, the Director of this division may, at the pleasure of the 
Executive Board, be retained at salary under contract. 
IV. Division of Denominational and Public Affairs. It shall be composed of 
committees related to the institutions and agencies of the North Carolina State 
Baptist Convention and/or the Southern Baptist Convention including but not 
limited to Children's Home, Baptist Hospital, Homes for Aging, Christian 
Education, Cooperative Program, Christian Literature, Christian Life and 
Public Aflairs, Radio and Television Commission, Baptist World Alliance, 
Foreign Missions, Home Missions, and State Missions. The Coordinator of this 
division shall represent the Association in contacts with the official 
representatives of any and all such agencies. 

The Director or Coordinator of each division shall report the work of his or 
her division to the Executive Board at its regular meeting. 
Section 6. The Chairman and each member of each committee of the 

Association shall be a member in good standing of one of the member churches 
of the Association. Each member of each committee of the Association shall 
be elected at the Annual Meeting of the Association and shall begin his or her 
duties on 1 November thereafter. The members of all committees shall be 
elected so as to serve terms enabling one member to rotate off the committee 
and be replaced each year. Replacements of committee members who shall 
cease to serve during the term shall be made by the Executive Board. 
Section 7. The Committee on Committees shall be composed of at least 

five members appointed by the Moderator and approved by the messengers 
attending the last session of the Annual Meeting. It shall be responsible for 
submitting nominations of persons to serve on the administrative committees 
of the Association set forth in Article II of this Constitution. 

ARTICLE II 
STANDING COMMITTEES 
The Association shall elect, at the Annual Meeting, the Standing Committees 
set forth in this Article, which shall serve for a term of three years, with the 
exception of those being nominated to fill an unexpired term. 

(a) Finance Committee: It shall be composed of six or more persons, 
including the Treasurer and Vice-Moderator of the Association, which shall be 
responsible for the original preparation of the budget, reviewing the financial 
statements and making a report thereof as required to the officers of the 
Association or to the Executive Board. 

(b) Auditing Committee: It shall be composed of two or more members, and 
shall be responsible for auditing the financial records and making a report to 
the Association. 

(c) Ordination Committee: It shall be composed of at least six ordained 
ministers of the member churches of the Association and shall be available to 
counsel with and assist any of the churches of the Association as to any person 



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seeking ordination. 

(d) Credentials Committee: It shall be composed of at least nine (9) 
members and shall investigate applications for and recommend to the 
Association action upon affiliation by any church applying within the 
Association's area. It shall also consider and recommend to the Association 
action with respect to any withdrawal of affiliation of any member church from 
the Association. It shall be responsible for investigating and recommending to 
the Association any question regarding the seating of messengers to any annual 
or special meeting of the Association. 

(e) Constitution Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) 
members and be responsible for considering and recommending action to the 
Association with respect to any change in the Constitution or By-Laws of the 
Association. 

(f) Personnel Committee: The Personnel Committee shall be composed of the 
officers of the Association and at least three members recommended by the 
Committee on Committees. The Committee shall make recommendations of 
persons who shall be retained by the Association under contract of employment 
with the exception of the Director of Missions and those who may be retained 
for a period of less than three months. 

(g) Nominating Committee: It shall be composed of at least five (5) members. 
It shall recommend to the April meeting of the Executive Board all directors of 
departments and ministries for election to terms of service beginning at the 
adjournment of the following October Annual Meeting. 

This committee also will nominate to the Annual Meeting names of persons 
to serve as Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer and Historian. 

This committee will also recommend to the Executive Board persons to fill 
unexpired terms of positions listed to be nominated by the Committee. 

(h) Program Committee: It shall be composed of at least four (4) members and 
shall develop and coordinate the program for any meeting of the Association 
and in cooperation with the Executive Board shall designate the place of 
meetings of the Association and arrange with the person to present the annual 
sermon to the Annual Meeting of the Association. 

(i) Resolutions Committee: It shall be composed of at least three (3) members 
and shall develop or review and coordinate presentation of any resolution to be 
presented to the Association for adoption. 

Committees of the Association, whether standing or special, ad hoc 
committees shall meet as frequently as necessary to effect their duties. The 
Chairman of each Committee shall cause to be given at least 48 hours prior 
notice to the committee members of any meeting of the committee. 



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ARTICLE III 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . These By-Laws may be amended by at least two-thirds vote 

of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the messengers prior to the 
vote thereon. 

Section 2. These By-Laws may be amended by at least a two- thirds 

majority of the messengers at a special meeting of the Association provided that 
the proposed amendment has been distributed in writing to the messengers prior 
to the vote thereon and provided further that a proposed amendment shall have 
been delivered to each member church not less than twenty days before the 
special meeting convenes. 

Constitution and By-Laws adopted on May 19, 1980 

Article V, Section 1,3; Article VII Section 1; By-Laws Article 1 Section 2, 3, 
4. 5 Amended Sessions, October 23, 1980. 



By-Laws Article 1 Section 4, 5, 7; Article II, first Paragraph, (f), (g), Amended 
Sessions, October 29 and 30, 1987. 



Article II Section 2, 3; Article VII Section 1, Amended Sessions, October 27 
and 28, 1988. 

Article VI; By-Laws Article 1, Section 5, Sub-Section 1, Amended Sessions, 
November 2, 1989. 

Article III Section 3; Article V Section 1; Article V Section 2; Article VI; By- 
Laws' Article II Paragraph (a), Amended Sessions, May 5, 1994. 



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ANNUAL SUMMARY by Year 
1/1/00 Through 12/31/00 



1/00- 

Category Description 12/00 



INCOME 

Bank 3,766.82 

BaptistStateCon 6,498.57 

Chap. 1,000.00 

Church Receipts 373,233.73 

Disaster Relief 656.00 

Intern . Student 1 ,700.00 

Other 1,045.50 

Tax Refund 848.99 



TOTAL INCOME 388,749.61 



EXPENSES 

1,201.44 
-71 .98 
-730.58 
277.36 
-482.00 
-264.54 
-23.93 
1,184.38 
1,201.66 
548.60 
3,398.29 
2,194.99 
382.01 
931.63 
2,906.86 
7,425.46 
3,292.68 
8,555.49 
5,209.04 
3,796.16 
3,822.06 
3,228.50 
2,242.31 
43.10 
422.12 
204.85 
57,219.80 
45,279.64 
21,739.09 
17,138.37 
11,615.30 
17,830.71 
5,646.94 
28,088.33 



.1 Missions 
01 Sunday Sch 
03 Baptist Men 
04WMU 

05 Music 

06 Youth 

07 Evangelism 

13 Seminary 

14 Paston Con 

15 All Church L 
16ConvConf 

17 Car Dir 

17.1 ChapConf. 

18 Car Chap 

19 Supplies 

20 Postage 

21 Telephone 

22 Equip Main 

23 Utilities 

24 Janitorial 

25 Build Main 

26 Insurance 

28 New Equip 

29 Library. 

30 Annual Meet 

31 Admin Cent 

32 Director 

33 Assoc Dir 

34 Secretary 

35 PT Office W 

36 Insurance os 

37 Annuity os 

38 Social Sec 
40 Assoc Chap 



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Annual Summary (Cont.) 



41 Chap Prison 4,434.55 

41 Future Position 4,773.28 

41 Future Position 4,028.43 

42 Chap Police 41,500.01 
42.1lntern.Minister 21,259.21 

43 Insurance C 1 1 ,843.89 

44 Annuity C 9,489.86 

45 Workman 1,636.50 

46 Christmas G 3,229.84 
50 Misc 2,927.00 
Oisster Relief Ministry 656.00 
Uncategorized Expenses 0.00 



TOTAL EXPENSES 361 ,232.76 



Church Receipts: 



Church Receipts: 




Bethany 


1 ,320.09 


Brandt Oaks 


551 .98 


Calvary 


14,200.57 


Camp Herman 


1 ,OUU.UU 


Central 


10,094.00 


Clifton Road 


5,016.04 


Colfax 


3,698.65 


Cornerstone 


28.479.20 


DayStar 


1,950.00 


Eiler Memorial 


8,589.49 


Florida 


1,400.00 


Friendly Ave 


20,233.75 


Friendship 


125.00 


Gate City 


5,625.00 


Gibsonvllle 


5,696.66 


Good News 


1,200.00 


Greensboro Fi 


10,500.00 


Groometown 


200.00 


Guilford 


9,440.29 


Hillcrest 


5,000.04 


Hispanic 


1,836.77 


Hunter Hills 


8,004.00 


Immanuel 


6,762.91 


Jessup Grove 


5,572.15 


Korean 


437.74 


Lankford 


5,626.51 


Lawndale 


41,623.51 


Lindley Park 


840.00 


Living Hope 


871.73 


Magnolia St. 


295.25 



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Church Receipts (Cont.) 



New Bessemer 




3,250.01 


New Horizon 




956.66 


Northeast 




3,056.05 


Northside 




13,822.13 


Outreach 




300.00 


Parkway 




15,234.93 


Pinecruft 




4,060.10 


Pleasant Garden 




24,769.51 


Pleasant Grove 




2,288.89 


Rankin 




6,500.00 


Reedy Fork 




7,464.60 


Rocky Knoll 




2,600.00 


Rolling Roads 




5,389.46 


Sedgetleld 




4,093.77 


Sharpe Rd 




3,123.03 


Sixteenth St 




3,926.63 


South Elm 




1 ,860.00 


Southeast 




8,633.91 


Southside 




11,518.67 


Stevens 




2i365.20 


Summerfield Fi 




22,714.44 


Sumner 




4,495.86 


Vietnamese Church 




1,440.00 


Willomore 




1 1 ,478.56 


Woodlake 




900.00 



TOTAL Church Receipts 373,233.73 



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BUDGET 2001 



Church Development 




i 

.1 




$5 000 00 


01 


Siindav School 


2 000 00 


02 


Discinle Training 


250.00 


03 

UJ 


Day Hal. iVJ.cn 


500.00 


04 


WMU 


3,000.00 


OS 


\yfiicip 
iVXUaiw 


500.00 


06 


Youth 

1 UUUI 


1,250.00 


07 


F van eel ism 


2,000.00 


08 


LJ Lv W Ol UuiUU 


250.00 


09 


Senior Adults 


500.00 


10 


Familv Ministrv 


500.00 


11 


Recreation 


500.00 


12 


Secretaries Conference 


100.00 


13 


Seminarv Fxtension 


500.00 


14 


Pastoral Ministrv/PastQrs* Conference 


1,200.00 


15 


All i^hnroh Ijft^Hftr^hin Training 


1,500.00 




Total 


$19,550.00 




Support Ministries 




16 


Conv/Conl/Partnership Missions 


$3,000.00 


17 


Car Exp. Dir/ Assoc 


3,200.00 


17.1 


Conf Ex Bd Staff 

VyUIIl. i— *^V. IJU. <J lull 


750.00 


18 


Car Fx Bd Staff 


1,600.00 


19 


Supplies 


3^500.00 


20 


PnQtfl Of* 


930.00 


21 


Telephone 


4,000.00 


22 


Equipment Maintenance 


9^000.00 


23 


Utilities 


7,000.00 


24 


Janitorial 


3,820.00 


25 


Building Maintenance 


5,000.00 


26 


Tn<»iiranpf» 


4,500.00 


27 


Pnhliritv 


700.00 


28 


New Equipment 


5 000 00 


29 


Uhrarv Material 


600.00 


30 


Annual Mfietino 


500.00 


31 


i c\ n ti rt fir f* n r^i/ 
v^UlllJllgCIlV/y 


1,500.00 




Tntal 


$62 870 00 




kJ #11411 IK/JI UVUtlltJ 




32 


riirf»r > l'r»r Qnlurv/Hruieino 


59,982.39 


33 


rVbbULlalG odltUy/OUUMIljJ 


47 738 34 


34 


Secretary 


11 Q61 36 


35 


Part-Time Workers 


17,000.00 


36 


Insurance Director/Assoc 


9,800.00 


37 


Annuity 


31,092.30 


38 


Social Security 


5,600.00 


39 


Chaplain, Jail 


29,062.80 


40 


Part-Time Chaplain 


9,360.00 



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41 CCM Minister 24,000.00 

42 Chaplain, Police 43,017.71 
42.1 International Student Minister 30,300,00 

43 Insurance Staff 10,000.00 

44 Workmen's Comp 1,400.00 

45 Christmas Gifts 4,500.00 

Total $345,814.89 

Miscellaneous $1 ,000.00 

Budget Total 429,234.89 
Anticipated Receipts 

Churches 384,242.12 

Baptist State Convention 29,500.00 

Interest 4,500.00 

Funds Carried Forward 10,442.77 

Sales Tax Refund 550.00 

Total $429,234.89 

SHUBAL STEARNS 
MISSIONS BUDGET 2000-2001 

New Churches & Missions $23,500.00 

Homeless & Refugee Housing 2,000.00 

Special Needs & New Ministries 1 ,300.00 
(Christian Women's Job Corps and Disaster Relief) 

International Students 1,200.00 

Partnership Missions 750.00 

Benevolence 750.00 

Chaplaincy Ministries 200.00 

Multihousing 200.00 

Literacy (ESL) 100.00 

TOTAL $30,000.00 



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COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 



Committee on Committees 
(Moderator Appointed) 

Terry Larsen, Calvary, Chrm. 2001 

Bobby Matthews, Northside 200 1 

Adrian Harris, Clifton Rd. 2002 

Lawrence Clapp, South Elm Street 2002 

Joanne Bettini, New Bessemer 2003 

Ralph Metcalt Pleasant Grove 2003 

Audit Committee 

Brad Newkirk, Eller Memorial 200 1 

Bobby Matthews, Northside 2002 

Jim Kincaid, Eller Memorial 2003 

Constitution Committee 

Lonnie Baxley, Southeast 200 1 

Donald Trapp, Good News 2002 

Gerald Prirnm, Eller Memorial, Chrm 2003 

Credentials Committee 

Lawrence Clapp, South Elm Street 200 1 

Harriet Kanoy, Parkway 200 1 

Dean Mai one, Cornerstone 2001 

2002 

Andy Cline, Gate City 2002 

Jay Bolejack, Calvary, Chrm 2003 

Richard Kidd, Florida Street 2003 

Curt Dean, Lawndale 2003 

Finance Committee 

Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads Treasurer, Chrm 
Wade Wylie, Pleasant Garden Stewardship Dir 
Terry Larsen, Calvary Vice Moderator 

Pat Cronin, Friendly Avenue 200 1 

Ernestine Myers, Calvary 2001 

George Hayes, Friendly Avenue 2002 

Steve Walsh, Southside 2002 

Bill Bailey, Lawndale 2003 

Nominating Committee 

Don Shelton, Willomore 2001 

Brenda Stout, Northside 2002 

2002 

Larry Thompson, Immanuel, Chrm. 2003 

Ordination Committee 

Alton Cook, Sharpe Road, Chrm. 200 1 

Paul Crews, Rolling Roads 200 1 

Andy Royals, Sedgefield 2002 

Jack Moody, Lankford Memorial 2002 

Allen Holmes, DayStar 2003 

Gene Lawbarne, Buchanan 2003 



Partnership Missions Committee 



Joanne Bettini, New Bessemer 


2001 


Roy Carter, Camp Herman 


2001 


Steve Turner, Gate City 


2001 


Larry Foust, Good News 


2002 


Ren Clark, Central, Chrm 


2002 


Lisa Hart an, Gate City 


2002 


Paul Crews, Rolling Roads 


2003 


Ron Klutz, Immanuel 


2003 


Beverly Smith, New Bessemer 


2003 


Personnel Committee 




Ed Roberts, Lawndale 


Moderator 


Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads 


Treasurer 


Terry Larsen, Calvary Vice Moderator 


Arnold Culbreath, Rocky Knoll 


2001 


Roger Barricks, Summerfield First 


2002 


Mark Gray, New Horizon, Chrm 


2003 


Program Committee 




Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden Music Director 


Wilma Monoe, South Elm Street 


2001 


Charles Hahn, Cornerstone 


2002 


Kelly Smith, Calvary 


2002 


Dan Alderman, Jessup Grove, Chrm. 


2003 


John Jannan, Rankin 


2003 


Properties Committee 




Jim Clantz, Greensboro First 


2001 


Chris Morgan, Southside 


2001 


Jessie Scott, Friendship 


2002 


Wayne Ouzts, Immanuel 


2002 


Herman Messer, DayStar, Chrm. 


2003 


Resolutions Committee 




Larry Pugh, Hill crest 


2001 


Wilson Stewart, Northeast 


2002 




2003 


Strategic Planning Committee 


Dennis Blackmail, PBA, Chrm 


DOM 


Barry Nealy,PBA 


Assoc DOM 


Ed Roberts, Lawndale 


Moderator 


Terry Larsen, Calvary Vice Moderator 


Todd Haynes, Sixteenth Street 


2001 


Till Foster, Calvary 


2002 


John Chesnutt, Clifton Road 


2003 



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ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF AND OFFICERS 



Director of Missions 

Dennis Blackmon, 3708 Hobbs Rd, 27408 
Associate Director of Missions 

Barry Nealy, 5305 Bayberry Lane, 27405 
Secretary 

Jean Warren, 2925 Martha's Place, 27408 
Part-Time Secretary 

Sandra Duarte, 2819 Dulaire Rd, 27407 
Part-Time Financial Secretary 

Lucille Grubbs, 3305 Martin Ave., 27405 
International Student Ministries Coordinator 

Audrey Womack, 1823-D Fairfax Rd., 27407 
Chaplains 

City Police-Woftbrd Boyd, 

5602 Courtfield Dr. 27455 
Sheriffs Department-Reginald Cook 

201 Ray St., 27406 

Larry Hunter, Assistant 

4907 Longleaf Rd., McLeansville, NC 27301 



288-6268 
545-1561 
288-1981 
834-3230 
621-4846 
275-7651 

373-2234 

373-3099 
697-9471 



Moderator 
Vice Moderator 
Clerk 

Assistant Clerk 
Treasurer 

Sunday School Director 
General Officers 
Adults 
Children 
Preschool 
Youth 

VBS Director 
Singles 

WMU Director 

Assistant WMU Director 
Consultants: 

Women on Mission 
Assist. Women on Mission 
Nursing Fellowship 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Ed Roberts, Lawndale, 854-1413 
Terry Larsen, Calvary, 697-9634 
Beauford Smith, Colfex, 274-3155 
Lucille Grubbs, Stevens Memorial, 621-4846 
Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads, 299-7909 
Barry Nealy, PBA., 275-7651 
Jack Morris, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 



Gail Ledbetter, Southeast, 674-9861 
Jill Carter, Guilford, 887-4859 
Rob Worrell, Calvary, 697-9634 
Johnny Greeson, Sedgefield, 852-2855 
P. J. Giaritelli, Lawndale, 288-3824 
Anne Williams, Friendly Avenue, 292-5158 
Brenda Stout, Northside, 274-9730 

Carolyn Allen, Lawndale, 621-6857 
Barbara Fields, Southside, 855-1846 
Faye Proulx, Summer field First, 427-71 75 



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Girls in Action/ Martha Hunter, Northeast, 697-9471 

Children in Action 
Assist. Girls in Action/ Judy Strader, Rankin, 656-7389 

Children in Action 
African/ American Consultant Barbara McNeil, Friendship, 852-0375 
Secretary/Treasurer Pat Covert, Greensboro First, 299-9093 

Music Coordinator Karen Dyer, Southside, 427-7175 

Communications Specialist Pauline Phelps, Friendly Avenue, 854-569 1 
Nominating Comm ittee Peggy Clark, Reedy Fork, 62 1-0875 

Geneva Hartgrove, Friendly Ave., 288-1386 
Eunice Pearman, Friendly Ave., 288-4038 
Frances Caviness, Sixteenth Street, 621-3752 

Brotherhood Director Richard Nunn, Camp Herman, 674-1025 

Buddy Short, Assistant Director, Northside 545-9233 
Bill Perdue, RA Director, Lankford Memorial 621-5282 
Roy Carter, Disaster Relief Camp Herman 375-4794 
Barry Nealy, Communications, PBA 275-765 1 

Music Director Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden, 674-5382 

Youth Director Rob Worrell, Calvary, 697-9634 

Wayne Reich, Lawndale 288-3824 
Steven Starnes, Friendly Ave. 292-3567 
Randall Floyd, Parkway 288-27 1 

Johnny Greeson, Sedgefield 852-2855 
Joe Hampton, Rankin 621-3343 

Senior Adult Director 

Evangelism Director Thomas Brown, Northside, 275-9588 

Michael Barrett, Pleasant Garden 674-5382 
Jake Thornhill, Hunter Hills 299- 1332 

Steve Walsh, Southside 854-2 140 

Stewardship Director Wade Wylie, Pleasant Garden, 697-75 1 7 

Wofford Boyd, Brandt Oaks 373-2460 
f . E. Pardue, Southside 273- 1 853 

Ralph Metcalf, Pleasant Grove 299-2622 
Jim Watson. Hunter Hills 294-8777 
J. D. Holder, Eller Memorial 292-8983 
Neal Matthews, Northside 273-0546 

Christian Life Director Dee Willis, Lawndale, 288-8377 

Jim Fleet, Eller Memorial 272-44 1 8 

Roy Carter, Camp Herman 375-4794 
Beauford Smith, Colfax 274-3 155 

Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial 273-74 1 7 

Kimberly Shimmel, Hunter Hills 547-0090 
Andy Royals, Sedgefield 275-9 1 78 

Ken Clark, Central 643-7684 

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John Flack, Sedgefield 
Larry Foust, Good News 
Recreation Director 

Jimmy Rainey, Clifton Road 
Gary Shuford, Calvary 
Larry Beck, Clifton Road 
Family Ministry Director 
Pastoral Ministries Director 
Seminary Extension Director 
Church Library/Media Center Director 
Assistant Church Library/Media Center 
Missions Development Director 
Partnership Missions 
International Students 



887-7480 
272-4009 

Walter Yates, Groometown, 674-9481 

294-6543 
697-1425 
685-5439 



Pat Cronin, Friendly Avenue, 292-3567 
Wilson Stewart, Northeast, 621-4199 
Joan Justice, Calvary, 674-9566 
Shirley Smith, Colfax, 274-3155 
Barry Nealy, PBA Office, 275-7651 
Ken Clark, Central, 643-7684 
Audrey Womack, PBA Office, 275-7651 



Nominating Committee 
Gerald Primm, Chairman 
Shirley Smith, Don Shelton, Brenda Stout 



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ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordination Committee of the Piedmont Baptist Association met two 
times this year to examine two candidates for the Gospel ministry. 

Our Committee met on February 21 at the request of Rev. Larry 
Patterson and Stevens Memorial Baptist Church to examine JeffHargett. 

The next meeting of our Committee was on August 15 at the request of 
Rev. Terry Larsen and Calvary Baptist Church to examine Robert Cary Worrell. 

Both candidates were questioned at length on their salvation experience, 
their call to the ministry, and doctrinal issues. 

The Committee recommended that the churches proceed with 
ordination. 

Beauford Smith, Chairman 
Tommy Vogler, Alton Cook, Pat Crews, Andy Royals, Jack Moody 



PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Your Personnel Committee met several times at the beginning of the 
year to consider and respond to the "Special Committees" report on personnel 
needs. 

At various meetings of your Personnel Committee, the following was 
presented by recommendation to the Semi-Annual Meeting in May. 

1) That Larry Hunter serve as a paid part-time assistant to our 
jail ministry. 

2) That Barry Nealy's title be changed from Associate Director 
of Missions to Associate Director of Missions in Church 
Growth. 

3) That a Director of Church and Community Ministries be 
sought. 

Additional meetings were held by the Personnel Committee Chairman 
to collaborate with the Baptist State Convention in the transition of Audrey 
Womack's position as interim Baptist Student Union Director to Director of 
International Student Ministries for Piedmont Baptist Association. 

Hopefully a recommendation will be made at this Annual Meeting for 
your consideration for a part-time Director of Church and Community 
Ministries. 

I want to thank your Personnel Committee for their many hours of 
meetings during the year. 

Otis Davis, Chairman 
Arnie Culbreth, Terry Larsen, Roger Barricks 
Ed Roberts, Monica Vaughan, Dennis Blackmon 



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CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

The Arabic Baptist Church, pastored by Rev. Maged Basiiy, made a 
request for membership in the Piedmont Baptist Association as a constituted 
church. The Association voted at the Semi-Annual Meeting on May 4, 2000, that 
the church be under watchcare for one year. 

Deryl Holliday, Chairman 
Larry Thompson David Horton Lawrence Clapp 
Harriet Kanoy Dean Malone Mark Gray Andy Cline 



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DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Dennis Blackmon 



Reports on the Annual Church Profile, demonstrate that the churches 
of the PBA continue to have strong vital signs in the basic measures of church 
life. While it is not possible to measure all the direct spiritual vital signs, we can 
measure results that suggest the probability of spiritual health. The results 
continue to be strong in areas of stewardship, resident membership, Bible study 
attendance, and Baptisms. 

Undesignated church receipts have increased by 44% in the last 5 years 
from $11.3 million to $16.3 million. During the same period Cooperative 
Program giving has increased by 35.7% from $854,838 to $1,159,328. 

While the total membership in the churches is down slightly, the 
resident membership is up by 435. Average attendance in Sunday School (Bible 
study) attendance is up by 121 which also continues a strong trend over the last 
five years. In 1996 the average attendance was 8,608. For the year just ended 
it totaled 9,489. 

Baptismal results also continue to be encouraging. While they are down 
slightly from a year ago, this marks the fourth consecutive year over 800. 
Baptisms have totaled 800 or more just 7 times in the last 30 years. Four of 
those times have been over the last 4 years. 

1. 1972 1015 

2. 1971 883 

3. 1999 877 

4. 1997 857 

5. 2000 840 

6. 1998 815 

7. 1973 813 

These results are encouraging on the one hand, but also should cause us 
to be concerned on the other. If numbers are to level off it is better to have them 
do so on a higher rather than a lower plane. However the opportunities for 
reaching the lost increase as the population increases. Our compassion for the lost 
and our love of Christ should compel us to continue to advance higher each year 
in the number of maturing disciples in the congregation who are also becoming 
maturing harvesters of the lost. 

The 8 1 3 baptisms in 1 973 marked the 29 th consecutive year that the PBA 
baptized over 800. The following year mark the beginning of a 23 year span 
without reaching that level. It should be our prayer that we would have such a 
walk with our Lord and Shepherd Jesus Christ that there would never again be a 
year that fewer than 800 lost sheep were brought to fold of the Good Shepherd. 

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completed 20 years on the staff of the Piedmont Baptist Association. All who 
have the pleasure of working with her greatly love and appreciate Jean. Lucille 
Grubbs took partial retirement and then retired completely 5 years ago. She has 
continued to work with our books several days a month since early 1996. She says 
she is going to finally and completely retire at the end of this year. However, we 
rejoice that Sandra and David Duarte are anticipating their first child. Lucille 
will continue to help with the books until after Sandra has returned to the office. 
God is truly to be praised for the great staff that He has given us in this 
association. 



ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 
Barry Nealy 



The job description for this position has changed a bit since last year. 
Church growth is the emphasis on all tasks. My major energies are still focused 
on starting churches and we have assembled a church start team. However, my 
other service to the Lord is through the Sunday School Team. We continue to see 
the opportunities of developing leaders and furnishing outreach tools as a 
highlight of the work of our association. Several churches have expanded then- 
Sunday Schools this year. We thank the Lord for that because one in three 
enrolled in Bible study is won to Christ. Without that regular teaching, only about 
one in two hundred is won through the witness of a church. Our leadership team 
enables me to spend most of my own time and energy on church starts. They 
spend lots of creative time on the details of our workshops. They offer years of 
experience in building churches through Bible study. 

We welcome a new staff arrangement that has Audrey Womack serving 
full-time with our ministry to internationals and Michael Wolfe as our part-time 
leader for church and community ministries. This allows us to enhance and 
expand our crisis center and housing ministries while it gives me more time to 
focus on church growth. Michael is also researching ministries we may launch 
soon. 

A wonderful group of people has worked together this past year helping 
set in motion the building of our first Hispanic worship center. Because of their 
leadership, PBA voted in May to grant two acres at 1901 Sharpe Road to the 
church for the construction. We are putting together the blueprints, financing and 
volunteer workers to make this happen in the year ahead. Pray for us and work 
with us on this challenge. You can call our office at 275-7651 to offer your skills. 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 
Barry Nealy, Director 

The Missions Development Council coordinates our joint ministries as 
outlined in the sections below. The paragraphs to follow will inform you of 
avenues of service through our Association. You may join us in serving by simply 
calling me at the office or contacting the leader of the ministry where you want 
to serve. "Serve the Lord with gladness." Psalm 100:2 Authorized Version 



New Churches 

Piedmont Baptist Association aided Cornerstone Baptist Church in 
beginning the Cornerstone Ethiopian Church last spring. Pastor Kassahun Asfaw 
began this work in his home in 1999 to reach area residents who speak the 
Amharic language. He served ten years as an evangelist in his native Ethiopia 
under Marxist governments restriction and persecution. There are about 40 

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attending from the communities as far away as Raleigh. Native food and a special 
worship time made this a great occasion for the new church. 

In September, another new church launches a Saturday evening seekers' 
service and a Sunday morning believers' worship hour. Cross Creek is reaching 
the Stoney Creek community east of Greensboro on Highway 70. Pastor Jim 
Smyrl met this summer with a core group of about 25 people. The attendance is 
over 40 even before public worship begins September 23. The church rents a 
storefront on Highway 70 just inside Burlington where they host the 
contemporary worship hour and have the church office. 

Please pray for our church start team and for open doors to begin a 
second Hispanic, a second Vietnamese and Anglo churches in the Summerfield 
and Grandover areas. Ask the Lord to call leaders for mis work. 

Homeless Housing 

We are seeing PBA churches house refugees from Vietnam and Eastern 
Europe. This is a direct response to last year's challenge. Thank you for giving 
of yourselves to those in need. Most of these families are now on their own. PBA 
owns four two-bedroom apartments rented to homeless families. Our fourplex has 
had quite a few repairs this year. The Lord has provided funds and volunteers for 
these situations. PBA churches have housed about twelve families during this past 
year. These are people who are paying their rent once they have a steady income. 
We have given them help when it was needed and they are grateful for the 
opportunity. 

We praise the Lord that all the resources of this ministry are gifts. There 
are no government monies spent We are reassessing the opportunities to help 
homeless families in our city. You will hear from our office in the months ahead 
on these issues. Please share with us any ideas you have. 

Crisis Center 

Quite a few new volunteers are serving this year with our Crisis Center 
at Magnolia Street Baptist Church. We serve 20-25 families each month, on the 
average. Most food is purchased at the regional Food Bank in Winston-Salem at 
a cost of merely 14 cents a pound. 

Volunteers serve once each month in teams of two. Please consider 
serving with us! 

Hospital Emergency Ministry 
During the past year there has not been much activity in this ministry. 
This ministry is a real asset to anyone who needs to be with a sick family member 
but cannot afford a motel room I trust those in need will take advantage of this 
ministry. 

Ernest Jones 



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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MINISTRIES 
Audrey Womack, Coordinator 



God truly blessed this year! Thirteen precious souls received Christ as 
their personal Lord and Savior and rive of those have already been baptized. 
Many international students touched by the love of Christ have graduated and 
moved onto careers in other states or other nations and the true harvest may not 
be known until heaven. PBA Campus Coordinators maintained personal contact 
with students on the following Greensboro campuses: NC A & T, Bennett, 
Guilford, GTCC, UNCG. Countries represented at the annual state conferences 
at Caswell and Ridgecrest included Angola, Brazil, Bosnia, China, France, 
Ghana, India, Iran, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Liberia, Mexico, 
Nigeria, Palestine, Poland, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, 
Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Zimbabwe. 

We all rejoiced when Larry and Nancy Jackson, members of Pleasant 
Garden Baptist Church and had also served with the PBA American 
Friend/Family Team, accepted the call to the international mission field and left 
for their assignment to Bolivia June of 2000. Please pray for them as they 
minister to and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the Aymaran people. 

The 2000-2001 International Student Ministry Team consists of Shirley 
Barbee, Jeanette Bare, Sheila Flynn, Betty Welch (Special Events Team); Geneva 
Metzger (Baptist Campus Ministries Representative); Roy Lawrence, Curry 
Murray (Campus Coordinators); Chad and Amy Ingle (American Friend/Family 
Team); Mary Odom Burgess (Conversational English); Alex McFarland (Special 
Studies); Wayne Freeze (Furnishings); Beverly Smith (Transportation); Lonnie 
Baxley (Web Page); Audrey Womack (PBA International Student Ministries 
Coordinator). 

The 2000-2001 Calendar offers many exciting events: Ridgecrest (Oct. 
20-22), Thanksgiving Banquet (Nov. 18), Caswell (April 6-8), Farewell Picnic 
(April 21), Hanging Rock (June 23), Monthly Fun Friday, Continued American 
Friend/Family and Conversational English. 

Thank you to all the PBA Staff, International Ministry Team and PBA 
Churches who have made this year a witness to the glory of our Lord. Please call 
the PBA office, 275-7651,. And let us know how you may help reach the world 
for the Savior through PBA International Student Ministries. 



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CHAPLAINCY MINISTRY 



Greensboro Police Department 

Wofford Boyd , Chaplain 

The Chaplaincy to the Greensboro Police Department continues 
to be a vibrant ministry. 

This year, the Department has continued to grow in number of 
employees and expand its services to the community through new 
community locations, and one new precinct-style substation. In this 
precinct, community residents can come in for most of the services 
for which heretofore they had to go downtown. The substation 
offers less congestion and free parking, as well as convenience. . 

"Community Policing" is the in-thing in policing. The 
Greensboro Police Department is big into that practice, expanding 
its location beyond the "Police Neighborhood Resource Center" 
programs emphasized in recent years. For example, when areas are 
identified as especially needy for police presence, the Community 
Policing Program assigns officers to work in the specific area to 
create a front to resist the drugs, muggings, assaults, etc. that are 

prevalent in that area. 

Now the ministry: This is the new face of the Department to 
which we minister - continuing to offer the ministries of presence, 
counseling (career, marriage, family, personal, budget), support, 
family and hospital visitation, weddings, funerals, friendship, etc., 
as the case may require. Bringing a ministry presence to the men 
and women who endure the rigors of policing the community and 
putting their lives on-the-line to protect life and property from the 
inhumanity that humankind is capable of inflicting on his fellows. 

The officers and support staff willingly go into situations that 
you and I would avoid at all costs to protect those who cannot 
protect themselves. 

When they come back and suffer the emotional and spiritual 
fallout from those atrocities, the Chaplain is there to offer the love 
of God and the care of the church to those who give so much for us. 
They care for us in their way, and we care for them in our way. 

In the past four weeks, I have offered five hours career 
counseling, five hours marriage counseling, three hours personal 
counseling, two hours budget counseling, two hours pre-marriage 
counseling, performed one wedding, attended two funerals and 
visited families involved; made three hospital visits, one home visit; 
offered a blessing for a Retirement Lunch and talked to numerous 
officers there about personal concerns which will likely lead to 
further counseling; mailed fourteen cards to funerals out of town 
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the department. In addition, one Saturday night, Carolyn and I went 
to Eliaser, NC with a group of retired officers to have dinner and 
attend a Blue Grass Music Ho-down. 

The addition last year of Rev. Charlie Hahn, associate pastor 
and minister of education Cornerstone Baptist Church, as a 
volunteer two afternoons per month in District III, has been a 
valuable asset to the ministry. His on-call presence adds greatly to 
the ministry and lessens the overload on my work. We are moving 
toward adding other volunteers in other substations to create a more 
ready presence in those Substations. 

In view of new department structure, we are presently reviewing 
the ministry to assure that it is the most effective for the needs of 
the people we serve. When this review is complete and any 
restructuring needed is in place, then we can more strategically call 
and place volunteers. The department is growing and changing and 
so is the ministry. When I came to the department, there were 
some 450 employees, today there are some 650 employees. The 
need is greater and the ministry is expanding to meet that need. 

Piedmont Baptist Association has done well to follow God's 
call to provide this excellent ministry to the Greensboro Police 
Department. 

Thank you for allowing me to be your ministry voice to, the 
Greensboro Police Department. 

Guilford County Sheriffs Department 

Reginald Cook, Chaplain 

Greetings in the name of our Lord! This has been another 
great year for the Jail Ministry. Many people have accepted Jesus 
Christ as their Lord and personal Savior. 

This past year the Chaplains have given out 1,160 Bibles. We 
.have counseled over 100 inmates and a few officers. We also work 
with A.D.S., Sycamore Center, Amens Ministry, Oxford House for 
Women, Social Service, The Prodigal Son Program, and the 
Christian Wellness Program. Many of the agents will call the 
Chaplain because we work with the inmates on a closer basis. 

God has blessed the Jail Ministry this year with Larry Hunter to 
work with me part-time. Chaplain Hunter is a hard working 
Christian man. He enjoys working with the inmates and the 
officers. Rev. Beauford Smith, retired chaplain, still comes to the 
jail on a regular basis to help minister to the inmates and the 
officers. 

The Chaplains would like to thank all the volunteers for their 
help in ministering to the inmates. Without the help of all the 
volunteers the Chaplains could not do this ministry. 



On a personal note, I would like to thank God for all the 
churches that form the PBA, for their love towards me and their 
support of this ministry. My appreciation to Ed and Dean Malone, 
members Cornerstone Baptist Church, for the reports and other 
things they do for this ministry and to everyone who donated Bibles 
this year. May God Bless you all. 



DISASTER RELIEF MINISTRY 

Roy Carter, Coordinator 

September 18* 1999 brought the most devastating hurricane in the 
history of the east coast of North Carolina. Hurricane Floyd, with this 
destruction, brought one of the greatest opportunities to minister to those who 
suffered the loss of everything in their lives. Thanks to you and your gifts to 
the PBA Shubal Stearns offering, in January we were able to purchase a T x 
14' trailer to be outfitted as a disaster recovery trailer for the purpose of 
rebuilding homes in the areas of devastation. Our Piedmont Baptist 
Association partnered with Burgaw, NC and we were determined to see the 
project through to the end. I am happy to report that we had tremendous 
response to this effort. 

The third weekend in March we had 140 volunteers sleeping in the 
Burgaw Baptist Church and working hard for the kingdom of heaven. 
Through these efforts, we were able to complete the partnership in Jury of 
2000. That's right! Every project in the town was completed by July! Not 
only were the homes repaired, but lives were also repaired. 

As we go to the disaster sights, we go in the name of the Lord. What 
that means is we not only go to check on the condition of the structure, but we 
also check on the condition of the soul. If we foil in this area, we have failed 
totally. This is the reason that the disaster recovery ministry exists. I praise 
the Lord for the many people we have heard accepted Jesus as Savior because 
someone cared for them enough to tell them of the love of Jesus and show 
them through the example of meeting their needs in a practical way. 

Our partnership has now been relocated to the Grifton, NC area. We 
ask that you not only pray for this ministry, but consider going with us as there 
is still much to be done in Grifton. We go on the third weekend of the month. 
We leave on Thursday night around 6:00 p.m. and work Friday and Saturday, 
leaving around 4:00 p.m. on Saturday for home. If you are interested in being 
a part of this exciting ministry give me a call., 685-0904, or call the PBA 
office, 275-765 1, for more information. 

In the future, we are planning a phase two of the disaster recovery 
ministry in the PBA. Phase two will be a handy man ministry in your local 
church. The disaster recovery trailer, which is stocked with equipment and 
tools, is available to your church at no cost. If you would like to use the 
trailer, just give me a call and we can schedule your church to use it. If you 



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would like for me to speak on disaster recovery at your church brotherhood 
function or other meeting, just let me know. 



MUSIC MINISTRY 

Ron Freeman, Director 

A Music Appreciation Banquet was held for all music staff/leaders, 
accompanists, pastors, and spouses on February 28 at Friendly Avenue Baptist 
Church. Hap Holt, Jessup Grove Baptist Church, was recognized for his 
retirement and many years as a music leader in the Association. Christina 
Reynolds from Kernersville, NC sang for the group of approximately 75. 

The annual Childrens Choir Camp was held this year July 24-28 from 
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Friendly Avenue Baptist Church under the 
leadership of their music director, Connie Hastings. Children, grades 1-6, 
from 14 PBA churches took part in 'Tun in The Son'* . The program was 
based on lessons from Deuteronomy 10:12,13. Enrollment was 92 with an 
average attendance of 87. 



RECREATION MINISTRY 
Walter Yates, Director 

The annual PBA Golf Tournament was a success this year. The 
tournament was held on September 30 at Pine Knolls Golf Course, 
Kernersville. 27 teams participated (108 players) from 16 different churches. 
Pleasant Garden Baptist Church won first place with two teams, Parkway 
Baptist Church came in second with Summerfield First Baptist Church in third 
place. 

• Plans are already being made for two golf tournaments in 200 Ion 
March 24 and September 22 at Pine Knolls golf course. 

Coed- volley ball teams are being formed and plans are underway for 
the basketball league for the upcoming year. 



SEMINARY EXTENSION CENTER 

Wilson L Stewart, Sr., Director and Teacher 

The Piedmont Baptist Association Seminary Extension Center has 
completed four years of thirteen courses of intensive study. There are three 
courses to go to complete the certificate of Christian studies. Eight of the 

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present students have completed alJ thirteen courses and plan to finish the 
certificate program of all sixteen courses. 

The enrollment for the last course on contemporary World Religions 
has been eleven. This course has been very revealing on the religious situation 
in the United States and around the world. All church members, especially 
those in the W.M.U. and the Baptist Men, should have this study. 

Plans are underway to bring together a representative committee to 
plan an extended program on the seminary level and for all church training 
programs. It is hoped to have this in force by the spring or fall of 2001. 

One of the highlights of the course on Contemporary World Religions 
was to have Dr. Ronald Hill teach the lesson on Hinduism and Buddhism. Dr. 
and Mrs. Hill were missionaries in Thailand for forty-one years. He presented 
the material on Eastern Religions that he had written for a book on missions 
called Missiology. 

In October we started the fourteenth course on a Survey of Baptist 
Missions. 

The plan is to start a number of courses that can be helpful to our 
churches in the training of members as well as continue the seminary level 
work. We are open for suggestions from the churches as to how we can best 
help them. 

It is of interest that we have six chaplains in the class, six who 
minister to the hospitals and one who ministers also in the jail. We also have 
two lawyers, a medical doctor, two nurses and three ordained ministers-one of 
which is a pastor and the other an associate and one who has a weekly worship 
service at Cone Hospital. 



Sunday School 

Barry Neaiy, Sunday School Director 

Sunday School is the key to church growth! The Lord has done some 
important things through our Sunday School Team this year. Churches 
responded well to the training clinic in April that introduced the new LifeWay 
curriculum. The team prepared well and had over 200 people at Friendly 
Avenue for age-graded instruction. We are thankful church leaders see the 
growing opportunities for leadership. Reaching new people is the primary goal 
of Sunday School. The new material follows a process to help that happen in 
building relationships and focusing on basics. We want to help make EVERY 
LEADER A LEARNER so churches can keep pace with community growth by 
reaching people with God's Word. 

Our All Church Leader Training in September had excellent 
leadership. Churches did not promote attendance and many were disappointed. 
Our team is searching for answers to leadership development that churches 
need and want. If you have suggestions, please call my office and talk about 
this. One basic idea we are considering for 2001 is several leadership 



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conferences rather than one large-scale meeting. We intend to schedule Sunday 
School training earlier, perhaps August. Let our team hear from you with ideas. 
Thanks for your labor of love through the Sunday School. 

Barry Nealy, Director 
Jack Morris, General Officers Gail Ledbetter, Children 

Jim Stagg, Married Adults Jill Carter, Preschool 

P.J. Giaritelli, Single Adults Lisa Welker, TeamKid 

Johnny Greeson, Youth 

Vacation Bible School 

PBA churches reported wonderful events and deep spiritual results 
through Vacation Bible Schools in the year 2000. Our training conference had 
a great turnout from churches large and small. Team members even had the 
delightful frustration of crowded rooms in some age groups. We praise God for 
His mighty work through His people. There are untold stories and unknown 
potential in the lives of children, youth and adults hinged on the impact of 
commitment and work in VBS. Our team is already working to encourage 
directors in 2001 by setting a conference for them March 15 th at Pleasant 
Garden, then having the general conference May 17 th at Lawndale. Pray with 
us for God to move among His people as we seek His face together to change 
the world our children live in. 

Team Leader, Lynn Wiesman 

Church Directors & Worship, Gail Ledbetter 

Middle & Younger Preschool, Jill Carter 

Older Preschool, Tammy Matherly 

Children Grades life 2, JeffDoss 

Children Grades 3 & 4, Tim Carter 

Children Grades 5 & 6, Wade & Theresa Pollard 

Youth, Rob Worrell 

Recreation & Snacks, Connie & Gary King 
Missions, Alan & Linda Hatley 
Music, Lisa Foster 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Anne Williams, Director 

In writing this report we give credit to our Lord and Savior Jesus 
Christ for any and all accomplishments made through the endeavors of the 
PBA Woman's Missionary Union. 

The following will give you some idea of what has transpired during 
the 1999-2000 year: 

1. November 1, 1999 -World Day of Prayer at Lawndale Baptist Church 
with our guest speaker, Timothy Abraham. 

2. February 1 9, 2000-WMU Focus Week Banquet at Lawndale Baptist 
Church with guest speaker, Margaret Harding. This meeting was a 
first in selecting something very different for WMU-the title to our 
program was "But We've Never Done It This Way Before" and we 
had a very successful program with over 200 in attendance. 

3 . We held our Annual Meeting On April 1 0, 2000 at First Baptist 
Church of Summerfleld, at which time new officers of the PBA 
WMU were elected. Our guest speakers were Roger and Polly 
Dodson who shared with us their experiences helping with the flood 
areas of North Carolina. We had representatives from 12 churches. 

4. On July 1 1 , 2000 at First Baptist Church of Greensboro, we held our 
WMU Prayer Retreat with dinner. Our program took us on a pretend 
visit to Camp Mundo Vista with an re-enactment of the activities of 
young girls at camp. Martha Hunter and Judy Strader took us on this 
delightful trip which included making crafts. 

5. The WMU leadership training night was held on August 22 at 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church. Our leaders were Mrs. Ronald Hill, 
Mrs. Judy Branch, Mrs. Carolyn Allen, Mrs. Pat Peele, Mrs. Martha 
Hunter, Mrs. Judy Strader, Mrs. Linda Sutton. We also were 
delighted to have as our guest speakers, Rev. Michael Barrett , pastor 
of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, and Mrs. Laura Byers with 
Project Linus. Some 1 8 churches were represented at this meeting 
and a total of 87 men and women attended. 

Our Fund Raising Project for Camp Mundo Vista Infirmary is going 
well. Our WMU women have responded with donations amounting to over 
$30,000 to date. This is a year long project, January 2000 through December 
2000, but certainly can be extended. We feel that this is a very worthwhile, 
much needed project so we shall continue our efforts to reach the goal set by 
the WMU State office. 

For the future we have set the dates for our four annual programs 
and already invited guest speakers for most events. We look forward to the 
new year with a theme of "Beyond Belief. "Jesus looked at them and said, 
with man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible", Matthew 
1 9:26. We pray that our lives and what we do will bring honor and glory to 
our Lord. Any success achieved is a gift from God. 

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As a team, our PBA WMU Council has a winning attitude in what 
we do. We do not let what we cannot do interfere with what we can do. We 
always do more than what is required of us. We recognize that ability is 
what we are capable of doing, motivation determines what we can do, and 
attitude determines how well we do it. 

We may stumble in our efforts to present ourselves and our 
programs in the best light, but we live by the attitude that it doesn't matter if 
we get knocked down, but whether we get up. 

Our Council works well together. We will set some goals such as 
more church representation at our meetings and more actively involved women 
in WMU in all sixty churches in our Association. 

It is with joy in serving a Risen Savior that I submit this report for the 
PBA WMU. 



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Christian Action League 
6339 Glenwood Avenue, Ste. 442 
(919) 787-0606 

ANNUAL REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 
2000 

It is with humble gratitude that the Christian Action League of North 
Carolina serves the Lord Jesus Christ and the churches of this great state as a 
Beacon of light, guiding referendums and legislation through the murky 
waters of special-interest groups and educating God's people about the moral 
problems in our stte and nation. Our goal is to encourage and organize the 
people of God so that our light will be seen brightly throughout our state; and 
when we speak, it will be in one accord and will resound loudly. 

A. Christian Values 

a. The Christian Action League again co-sponsored 
the Fifth Annual Christian Heritage Week of North 
Carolina held in March. It was our pleasure to 
provide awards for excellence to those high school 
students who won the essay contest on America's 
Christian background. 

b. Cal has continued to promote and distribute copies 
of the Ten Commandments throughout North 
Carolina. To date, over 15,000 copies have been 
mailed. 

c. Promoted awareness of worldwide persecution of 
Christians (particularly in Sudan) through email 
alerts and radio. 

d. Participated with the American Family Association 
in distributing copies of our national motto posters 
"In God We Trust". 

e. Joined with Family Life Ministries in promoting 
and distributing copies of the Marriage Covenant 
Certificates. 

f. Participated in the National Day of Prayer. 

g. Set up CAL exhibit at Baptist State Convention and 
the East and West Districts of the Wesleyan Church 
conferences. 

h. Worked in the General Assembly to stop a bill that 
would allow physiciansto take imemediate custody 
of a child that they felt had been abused. The bill 
died in committee. 



Radio 

"Christians In Action", Station WAGO (88.7 FM) Snow 
Hill, started Monday, January 3, 2000. This broadcast 
consists of a five-minute commentary on issues that 
affectour lives today. We will begin airing this program on 
Aug. 7 on New Bern (WAAE, 91.9 FM). Our projection is 
to ultimately reach the whole state. 
Gambling 

a. Video Poker Machines - The Christian Action 
league worked round the clock to get video poker 
banned in this state. We failed getting the ban but 
were successful in getting SB 1542 to strengthen 
the law and restrict the operation and expansion of 
video gambling in the state. WE will work 
vehemently next session in pushing for a ban. 

b. Joined Christian Coalition in survey on how 
Gubernatorial candidates stood on lottery/released 
results in newsletter. 

c. Next session the Christian Action League will be 
on the fron t line in the Legislature fighting a state- 
sponsored lottery. 

Abortion 

a. CAL has purchased the rights through donations of 
a surgical procedure on a 21 -week old fetus that 
proves that partialbirth abortion is murder. We 
want to see this picture used extensively in making 
our case for the pro-life agenda. 

b. Worked in the General Assembly for passage of 
HB 1499-Interlock/Open Container law. This bill 
bans open alcohol containers in the passenger area 
of a motor vehicle on the highway or highway 
right-of-way. The bill was ratified on July 13. 

Alcohol 

a. Participated in four LBD campaigns since January 
11, 2000, and there are three scheduled for a 
September referendum. We help with their 
organizational meetings, rallies and providing 
educational materials. 

b. Worked in the General Assembly for passage of 
HB 1499-Interlock/Open Container law. This bill 
bans open alcohol containers in the passenger area 
of a motor vehicle on the highway right-of-way. 
The bill was ratified on July 13. 

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F. Pornography 

Have produced and aired several radio programs to inform 
the public of the internet pornography crisis. Educate 
communities on how they can rid their neighborhoods of 
adult establishments. 

G. Homosexuality 

CAL monitors and informs the Christian community of 
The current homosexual agenda through our email alert. 

The Christian Action League of North Carolina produces a quaterly newsletter 
The Beacon that has a distribution of over 21 ,000. We also send out an email 
alert every Friday to over 150 members to keep them abreast of current moral, 
ethical and political issues that affect our state and nation. All services of the 
Christian Action League are provided at no charge. We depend on God's 
people to provide for His work. 

Reverend mark H. Creech Joe S. Lennon 

Executive Director President 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
1999 ANNUAL REPORT 



The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 1920 has been to assist the 
Iponvention and its institutions and agencies in increasing an awareness among North Carolina Baptists of 
Christian estate stewardship principles as a means of financially undergirding churches, institutions and 
Jnission endeavors on a permanent basis. The uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the 
i institutions and General Board staff merits increased financial support. The Foundation accomplishes 
these objectives by offering assistance in estate planning counsel, Will preparation, planned giving, 
e remainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund management. 



fharitable 



tounng 1999, the Foundation provided assistance to individuals in establishing 20 endowment funds and 
12 charitable remainder trusts totaling $3.8 million and received $2.8 million in contributions to existing 
endowments ail of which will ultimately benefit countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. Programs 
Ivere provided for 122 churches and associations during the year to promote Make Your Will Month, 
Christian estate stewardship, and church fund management. Over $3 million from churches and 
Institutions came under management to enhance numerous ministries including scholarships, building 
funds, cemetery funds, benevolence funds, general operating funds and other various mission causes. 

■The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds according to an investment 
noiicy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are offered: a growth fund, a balanced fund, an 
income fund and a fixed income fund. The Foundation uses the services of Salomon Smith Barney to 
help select top money managers and evaluate performance. 

S\s of December 31. 1999, the Foundation held $93,355,200 under management. This is an increase of 
|nore than $12.5 million over 1998. During 1999, $1,864,044 was distributed to individuals and 
53,418.543 to Baptist work for a total distribution of $5,282,587. During the 80-year history of The North 
Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., $16,081,204 has been distributed to individuals and S25.723.551 to 
baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a grand historical total of $41,804,755. 

perry Alford, Chair, Board of Directors 
M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. 
1 1999 Distributions 




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Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina 



"Quality Service Through Quality Relationships" is not just a slogan. It is a foundation- 
al statement of philosophy. In our ministry, relationships are everything — relationships with 
children, with families, with placement agencies, with our own families and churches, and with 
each other. We are blessed by God in this work because we honor God in relationships. 

During the QSTQR emphasis, all BCH staff at every ministry point have made extra efforts 
to strengthen relationships with the people we encounter. We have incorporated the terms qual- 
ity, service and relationships into a plan of action. We have reflected our desire for quality 
relationships in everything we do in order to deliver quality services that change lives. QSTQR, 
celebrating the mission ... the millennium ... the ministry, was BCH's theme from Easter, 
1999 through Thanksgiving, 2000. 

■ 

Through Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, hundreds of children and families are 
given new hope for their futures. . . 

Children like Linda and her two younger sisters. Linda feared for their 
well being. It was her responsibility to care for her sisters. Linda remembers 
moving to a shelter where she finally felt they were safe; there was enough 
food for the sisters and warm beds. The three children were later placed at 
BCH. Now, Linda is in a place where others care for her. Linda has discov- 
ered God cares for her, too. 

The McDonalds found the challenge of being a blended family difficult 
at times. Their son began to exhibit anger toward his parents. He would 
challenge their authority and began getting in trouble with some neighbor- 
hood kids. The situation was getting out of control. Corey's parents called 
BCH, where they a found a staff willing to embrace their family with hope. 
Today, Corey has begun to deal with his anger, mistrust and behavior issues. 
His parents are learning how to better communicate with each other and 
with Corey. 

During the past year, BCH served- 1800 children and families through 13 facilities 
statewide. BCH operates residential campuses in Thomasville, Pembroke, Kinston and Clyde; a 
maternity home in Asheville; a teen mother/baby home in Lenoir, values change homes for girls 
in Franklin and Lenoir; therapeutic camping ^br boys in Cameron; emergency care cottages at 
the residential campuses and in Waynesville and Asheville; and a model day care center in 
Thomasville. 

In 2000, BCH began a new, innovative ministry caring for deveiopmentaily disabled adults 
and their families. Our Trustees unanimously approved a major undertaking this year by com- 
mitting more than S3. 5 million to replace, repair, construct and make-much needed improve- 
ments at every BCH location. Most of the work is complete. You are invited to visit our cam- 



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puses and other facilities to see first hand the difference you are helping us to make. 



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The commitment to quality has been a cornerstone of this institution since its beginning. 
^Quality Service Through Quality Relationships" was a 20-month public demonstration of 
ihis cornerstone. The emphasis places top priority on relationships to achieve the highest quali- 
H of service possible. Significant growth has been realized during this period. BCH has dedi- 
'Ated new structures at Odum Home, Cameron Boys Camp, Kennedy Home, Broyhill and Mills 
lome campuses and added new work in Waynesville and Asheville as well as Moody Home, 
glare House, Noel Group Home. Several significant anniversaries have been observed: the 
flth of Kennedy Home in Kinston, the 30th of Baptist Maternity Home in Asheville, the 20th 
n Cameron Boys Camp, the 40th annual Western Area Conference, and the 115th anniversary 
>f Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina. 

jlj To help commemorate BCH's 115th anniversary and to celebrate the impact QSTQR has 
iad on staff and children, approximately 600 children, administrators, childcare workers, social 

iorkers and staff were brought together June 28, 2000 from around the state for a day of inspi- 
pon, fellowship, food and run. "The Family Gathering" was held at Mills Home where 
CH began in 1885. This is the first time all the Baptist Children's Homes' "family" have been 
Ogether at the same place and at the same time. 

H Baptist Children's Homes QSTQR emphasis will culminate at Thanksgiving. We invite you 
"attend BCH's 30 minute presentation at the 2000 annual meeting of the Baptist State 

"onvention in Winston-Salem on Tuesday, November 14 ? 2000 at 2: 10 pra. We encourage you 
.■be part of our ambitious SI million Thanksgiving Offering goal. That number may seem 
llormous, but there is also enormous need. For all the good North Carolina Baptists are doing 

j help children and families, there is still so much that needs to be done. We are confident our 

hurches will help us meet this important goal! 

II The support of North Carolina Baptists through the Thanksgiving Offering, Cooperative 
rogram, and individual gifts, memorials, honors, bequests and estate gifts help enable us fulfill 
ur mission statement: "helping hurting children healing broken families." 

[| North Carolina's "largest family" is grateful to North Carolina Baptists for prayers and 
upport. To secure a video or a speaker for your church, or for information about our services, 
call (336) 474-1209. 



Ikase 
■■chat 



chael C. Blackweil, President 

Iard F. Mullis, Chairman, Board of Trustees 
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Baptist Children 's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 

P. O. Box 338, Thoraasvillc, NC 27361-0338 Phone: (336) 474-1200 Web: www.bchfamity.or% 
Michael C. Black well, president since 1 983 
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Baptist Retirement Homes: 
"A Half-Century of Service" 



In March 2001, the Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina will 
celebrate 50 years of 

service to Older Adults. It has been a wonderful half-century, and the "Homes" 
is thankful for the privilege of sharing in the life journeys of thousands of 
"Aging Saints". 

The quality of life the ee Homes" has brought to these Older Adults has 
been its best measure of success as it has helped ensure that residents live out 
their lives with autonomy, dignity, and comfort. The "Homes" dream is to make 
life for North Carolina Older Adults what God intended it to be... "The Best of 
Times." 

The "Homes" corporation now owns and operates four retirement 
communities across the state: the Brookridge Retirement Community in 
Winston-Salem, a continuing care community offering independent living, 
assisted living and nursing care; the Western North Carolina Home in Asheville, 
a community that offers assisted living and nursing care; and the Hamilton 
Home in Hamilton and The Taylor House in Albemarle, communities that offer 
assisted living services. Later this year the "Homes" will begin construction on 
a new community-The Gardens of Taylor Glen, a continuing care community 
near Concord. 

The generous support the "Homes" has received from North Carolina 
Baptists has enabled it to make a unique promise to its residents: Whatever the 
future may hold, Baptist Retirement Homes will care for them for the rest of 
their lives. Keeping this promise means overcoming many challenges. By 2020 
North Carolinians past retirement age will make up 20 percent of the population. 
While medical science has prolonged life, the effects of aging are often 
intensified and extended over many years. Many Older Adults exhaust their 
personal resources and look to the "Homes" for significant financial assistance. 

Still Baptist Retirement Homes stands ready 
To make good its promise of ongoing 

compassionate and quality care. Whatever the future may hold 

Baptist Retirement Homes will care 
for its residents for the rest of their lives. 



Baptist Elder Cart Network 
A statewide system of resource counselors answering 
questions related to the needs of aging persons -! -800-887-7410 
A free service provided by Baptist Retirement Homes 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS 



Bethany 

First Homecoming Event since church was constituted in July of 1999 
Calvary 

Mission trip to Warsaw, N. C. 
Camp Herman 

Celebrated 50* Anniversary, purchased new handicapped lift 
Central 

Harlan (Butch) Hutson called as Pastor of Gwathmey Baptist Church, 
Ashland, Va 23005 
Clifton Road 

Purchased adjoining property to build a worship center, Faith Training 

Ministry, Started Van Ministry, AWANA Program 

Colfax 

New front doors, new sidewalk, new roof on educational building, new gates, 
installed program lights, hired full-time Music Director, Sharon Bullis, 
completed new church directory with member pictures 
Cornerstone 

F.A.l.TJHL, prayer ministry 
Daystar 

Merger with former Temple Baptist Church and the deeding of property at 
4094 US 220 N, Greensboro, NC to DayStar in November 1999. 
EHer Memorial 

Mr, Edwin Chenoweth was named "Minister of Music Emeritus", January 16, 
2000 

Friendly Avenue 

Pastor received Doctor of Ministry Degree from Denver Seminary May 2000 
Gate City 

Celebrated 25 th Anniversary 
Good. News 

Monday, Sept. 18, 2000 Two Educational Courses started, Bible Doctrine and 
Family Budgeting Monday nights only 
Hunter Hills 

New Education Building on Merritt Drive 
Jessup Grove 

Outreach to Community accelerated with Community Fall Carnival, 
Community Yard Sale in Spring, Girl Scouts/Brownies Recognition Sunday, 
Body & Soul Classes begun, Annual Blood Drive continues. 
Lawndale 

Ordination of Rev. Curt Dean, September 12, 1999 
New Bessemer 

Paved parking lot, converted house for Youth Group 



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New Horizon 

Constituted as a Church in April , 1999. Became the sponsor of a new 

Mission in September 

Pinecroft 

Bible Servant Institute 
Pleasant Garden 

Four Mission Teams went to Honduras during the year, Disaster Relief Teams 
going to Eastern North Carolina to repair damage from Hurricane, 
Larry & Nancy Jackson Commissioned as Foreign Missionaries to Bolovia 
Rankin 

Community- Wide Evangelistic Block Party-second year. Still sponsoring 
Montagnard family from Vietnam, Joseph C. Hampton licensed to ministry, 
Cheryl Cobb, SBM went to Berlin, Germany to serve. 
Reedy Fork 

Celebrated 60* Anniversary May 21* Homecoming Day! 
Sedgefield 

25 th Annual Homecoming September 2000 
Southeast 

Celebrated 25 th Anniversary in May 2000. 
Soiithside 

Called Minister of Music/Education, started FAITH Program 
Wood lake 

Added Associate Pastor-part-time, ordained 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Brandt Oaks 

Mrs. Gail Somers 
Buchanan 

Mrs. Sirenna W. Walker, Mr. O. West 
Calvary 

Mr. George Jones, Mrs. Martha Davis, Mr. Warren Kersey, Mrs. Louise 
Brown, Mr. Robert McClanahan, Mr. Sam Hicks 
Camp Herman 

Mr. Albert Wray, Mr. Elmer Burnside, Mr. Lester Hendricks 
Central 

Mrs. Marie Williard, Rev. Howard Kirkman, Mr. Dick Murphy 
Clifton Road 

Mr. Jonas Weaver, Mrs. Ethel R. Lee, Mrs. Mildred Murphy, Mrs. Wilma 

Craig 

Colfax 

Roy McCollum, Barbara Bull, Elva Brame, Wilma Welch 



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Cornerstone 

Herb Gilreath, Deacon 

College Park 

Rufus Aharp, Thomas Teague, Thelma Holler, Elizabeth Brooks, Sylvia 
Previtte, Ruby Permar, Arlee White, Cecil Talley 
Eller Memorial 

Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Celia Bar field, Mer. Bernice Patterson, Mr. Robert 
B. Bateman, Mr. Garland Michael, Mr. Kem Jenkins, Mrs. Blennie Jenkins 
Florida Street 

Mrs. Atlas Greene, Mr. J. T. Kennedy, Mrs. Lois Saunders, Mr. Mark 
Dyches, Mr. J. N. Sparks, Mrs. Judy Dellinger, Mrs. Mavis Heon, Mrs. Thula 
Huffling, Mr. John Purgason, Mrs. Namoi Greene, Mrs. Melissa Hicks, Mrs. 
Dora Blair, Mr. Ken Treadway, Mrs. Marie King, Mrs. Mildred Coffey, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Byrd, Mrs. Phyllis McFarland 
Friendly Avenue 

Mr. O. B. Teague, Jr, Mrs. Alta Honeycutt, Mrs. Margaret Murchison, Mrs. 
Margaret Ramsey Crawford, Mr. A. W. Greeson, Mrs. Hazel Greeson, Mrs. 
Pearl Welborn, Mrs. Mae Brown, Mr. Joe Humphries, Mrs. Dallis K. Kelley, 
Mrs. Virginia Church, Mrs. Louise Barton 
Friendship 

Melvin McCollpugh, Deacon 
Gate City 

Mrs. Estelle Young, Mrs. Irene Patzsch, Mrs. Deborah Nixon 
Gibson ville First 

Mrs. Koban Morene, Mrs. Mozelle Shepherd, Mrs. Viola Litten, Miss Ann 
Blythe, Mr. Jeff Mann, Mrs. Mae Thomaso 
Greensboro First 

Ruth Hewett, Wallace O. Lane, Alma Peebles, Ann Blackmon, Audrey 
Parkerson, Lucille Mitchell, Clara Lee Phillips, Woodrow W. Jones, Elise 
Tuttle, Doris Weeks, Ernest W. Wiglesworth, Joseph P. Reeves, Rebecca 
Gordon, Myrtle Childress, Arthur W. Peeler, Grace Cox, Margaret Daniel, 
Frances Rigsbee, Helen Adkins, Mabel Dorson, Margaret Keen, Cecil 
Childress, Mary Beth Schoolfield, J. T. Johnson, Beulah Herring, Margaret 
Mitchell, Phyllis HighfiU Elsie Cline, Clyde Poteat, Betty Jo Ferris, Dot 
Baggett 
Good News 
Miss Etta Corry 

Guilford N 

Mr. William Craven, Mr. Ted Griffin, Mrs. Nancy Pitts, Mrs. Barbara Scales, 

Mr. Harmon B. Smith 

Hillcrest 

Mrs. Rebecca Wall, Mrs. Rose Brewer, Miss {Catherine Price, Mrs. Ola 
Henderson, Mrs. Opal Manuel, Mrs. Maude Young, Mr. Ed Cockman 



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Hunter Hills 

Mrs. Linda Cochran, Mrs. Linda Edwards, Mr. Doug Southard, Mr. Sanjey 
Pilani, Mrs. Helen Gordon, Mrs. Margie Rickman, Mrs. Louise Ramsey, Mrs. 
Misty Watson, Mr. Earl Shaw 
Immanuel 

Mrs. Mae Bishop, Mr. Coy Coggin, Mr. Lester Needham, Mr. Boyd Setzer, 

Mr. Henry Smith, Mrs. Easter Witchey, Rev. Troy Robbins, Mrs. Zell 

McArthur 

Jessup Grove 

Mrs. Mable Robertson 

Lawndale 

Mrs. Noma Jordan, Mrs. Gladys Thomason, Mr. L. C. Rains, Mrs. Idell 
Cross, Mr. Troy McNeil, Mr. Hoyle Hammer, Mr. Phil Cross, Mr. Burt 
Taylor, Mr. Jack Nichols, Mrs. Helen Ferebee 
Lindley Park 

Mrs. Bessie Moore, Mrs. Christine Brigman, Mr. Troy Brim, Sr., Mr. Frank 
Lassiter-Deacon, Mr. Joe Martin-Deacon 
New Bessemer 

Mrs. Lillian Gregson, Mr. Conrad Lovings, Mrs. Dina Campbell, Mrs. 
Dorothy Dowd, Mr. L. E. Hollifield, Mrs. Hattie West, Mrs. Lorene Meridith, 
Mr. Ben Russell, Mr. Ernest Anderson, Mr. Carl Causey 
Magnolia Street 

Mr. James H. Rorie, Sr., Mrs. Delvia Elium, Mrs. Pat Walton, Mrs. Ruby R. 
Geary, Mrs. Martha Powell 
New Hope 

Mrs. Marie Bailey, Lawrence Robinson-Deacon, Mr. Grady Brame 
Northeast 

Mr. Bryant Davis, Mr. Howard Andrews-Deacon, Mrs. Nellie Andrews, Mrs. 

Mary Webb 

Northside 

Mrs. Virginia Clinesasser, Mrs. Mary Carter, Mrs. Martha Leonard, Mrs. 

Margaret Bean, Mrs. Ethel Green 

Parkway 

Mr. H. O. Barnes, Jr., Mrs. Polly Batchelor, Mr. Dexter Beach um, Mrs. Ann 

Cosper, Mrs. Barbara Folsom, Mrs. Mildred Henderson, Mr. N. S. Poole, 

Mrs. Pat Sharp, Mrs. Neva Sudderth, Mr. Melvin D. Yarboro 

Pinecroft 

Mrs. Velma Elkins 

Pleasant Garden 

Mr. John Rogers, Mrs. Helene Fields, Mrs. Teresa Keaton, Mr. Bascom Lee 
Kirkman, Mrs. Ora Lea Gochnour, Mrs. Mollie Taylor, Mrs. Linda Rummage 
Smith 

Pleasant Grove 

Mrs. Alma Parks, Margaret Eddins, Mrs. Ruby Bailiff, Mrs Bealie Hicks 

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Rankin 

Robert Hudson, Posey M Cockman, Mrs. Beulah Hubbard, Mrs. Terri Jo 
Clark Nosier, Mrs. Rebecca Bethea 
Reedy Fork 

Otha Lewis, Mrs. Martha J. Wilson, Mrs. Essie Shaw, George R. Harris, Jr., 
Mrs. Ezetta Phillips, James Andrews 
Rocky Knoll 

Robert Benner, Lola Chilton, Howard Harpe, Inna Hodges, Agnes Jones, 

Margie Shepherd, Katie Switzer 

Sedgefield 

Mrs. Doris Smith, Ken Freeman, Bob Brewer 
Sharpe Road 

Mrs. Lucile York, Mr. Robert L. Ward (Bob) 
South Elm Street 

Mrs. June Ritter, Ms. Beatrice Crowder 

Southeast 

Mrs. Bobbie Lackey 

Southside 

Mrs. Vivian Spargo, Andrew Steele, Charles E. Powers, Jr., Mrs. Theresa G. 
Powers, Miss Lisa D. Power, Jack Baynes, Mrs. Loudelia Lovingood, Paul 
Simmering, Mrs. Betty Lanier, Walter Wright, Donald O. Miller, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Rupp, Mr. Terry Stanley 
Stevens Memorial 

Ila Batton, Myrtle Brooks, Garnett Gauldin 
Sumner 

William Wimbish, Ruth Crotts, Earl Tripplett, Vada Moser 
Willomore 

Howard Vernon, Robert Pressley, Alton Gilbert 

Woodlake 

Robert (Bobby) Hill 



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PIEDMONT 

Registered Messengers to the Association Annual Meeting 



Calvary 



Camp Herman 



Clifton Road 



Colfax 



Cornerstone 

Daystar 

Eller Memorial 



Florida Street 
Friendly Avenue 
Friendship 



Jill Foster 

Rev, Terry Larsen 

Craig Saunders 

Kelly Smith 
Rob Worrell 

Ralph Ball 

Rev. Roy Carter 

Richard Nunn 

Gary Sandy 
Steven Gallop 
Rev. Adrian Harris 
Don Rumple 
Elsie Marshall 

Reavis Marshall 

Rev. Beauford Smith 

Shirley Smith 

Charles Hahn 

Dean Malone, 

Chris Andraza 

Jim Fleet 

Rev. Mike Jones 

Jim Kincaid 

EmelPrimm 

Rev, Gerald Primm 

Frances Boone 

Pete Boone 

Rev. Richard Kidd 

Bob Hand 

Rev. Jack Morris 

Stephen Starnes 

Rev. William McNeil 

Jesse Scott 



4509 Indian Wells Dr. 

27407 674-0607 

930 Knox Rd, 697-9634 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

930 Knox Rd, 697-9634 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

1414 Brandt St., 27407 294-4322 

930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

5203 Old Mine Rd., 375-3985 
Browns Summit, 272 1 4 

5756 Summit Ave., 375-4794 
Browns Summit, 27214 

7064 Kelly Coltraine Dr., 674=1025 
Randleman,NC 27317 

10-D Stadler PL, 27410 3 15-9226 

5813 Carriage Ln., 27410 299-6419 

3815 Clifton Rd., 27407 299-1055 

3002 Mornstar, 27406 834-0864 

1 76 Marshall Smith Rd., 688-2276 
Colfax, NC 27235 

1 76 Marshall Smith Rd., 688-2276 
Colfax, NC 27235 

509 Ritters Lake Rd., 27406 274-3155 
509 Ritters Lake Rd., 27406 274-3 1 55 

5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 

6102 O'BriantCrt., 27410 664-0704 

1412 Grantland PI., 27410 851-1642 

425 E Hendrix St, 27405 272-3340 

1111 Summit Ave., 27405 272-8437 

3520 Cherry Ln., 27405 621-4933 

1 307 Summit Ave., 27405 273-74 1 7 

1 307 Summit Ave., 27405 273-74 1 7 

1714 Grove St., 27403 273-6760 

1714 Grove St., 27403 273-6760 

1403 W. Florida St., 27403 275-9178 
3512 Cherry Hill Dr., 27410605-9901 

4800 W. Friendly Ave., 292-3567 

3619 Two Oaks Dr., 27410 93 1-0067 

220 1 Sharpe Rd., 27406 697-28 1 

5 Jans Crt., 27405 621-0126 



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Gate City 
Gibsonville FBC 
Greensboro FBC 
Groom et own 

Guilford 



Rev. David Horton 



Libby Estes 



Tom Smith 



Hispanic 
Hunter Hills 

Immanuel 

Jessup Grove 

Lawndale 



New Bessemer 



5250 Hilltop Rd., 292-8672 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
1248 Candlewood Dr., 449-48 1 1 
Elon College, NC 27244 
40 1 Westover Terrace, 292- 1 779 
27403 

Rev. Charles Phelps 2653 New Salem Rd., 685-4868 
Climax, NC 27233 

2653 New Salem Rd., 685-4868 
Climax, NC 27233 

1300 Granada Ln., 27407 294-03 1 1 
5901 W. Market St- 297-0377 
Lot 305, 27409 

5904 W. Market St., 27409 299-1234 
5719 Greenview Dr., 27409 299-8155 
4307 River Rock Pt., 27409 856-2961 
5608 Tower Rd., 274 1 299-7484 
3662 Waterwheel Crt., 834-9038 
27409 

2800 Vanstory St., 27407 855-5077 
24 1 Quaker Landing 299- 1332 
27455 

5009 Korem Dr., 27409 668-2338 
5009 Korem Dr., 27409 668-2338 
4530 Jessup Grove Rd. 668-06 1 5 
27410 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3900 Burlington Rd., 27405 375-5395 
3900 Burlington Rd., 27405 375-5395 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3200 Spring St. #5, 27405 375-4606 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
5612 Greenwich Dr., 27410 855-8082 
5612 Greenwich Dr., 27410 855-8082 
3407 Normandy Rd., 27408 288-8377 
1521 Countryside Dr., 621-4123 
27405 

1500 Mt. Hope Church Rd., 673-0571 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
2512 Huffine Mill Rd., 621-5520 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
Rev. Otis Davis 2 1 Amberwood Dr., 292-0299 



Virginia Phelps 

Rev. Oscar Harris 
Ray Heck 

Rev. Richard Hipps 
John Mikles 
Glenda Spivey 
Setzer Weston 
Kay Williams 

Rev. David Duarte 
Michael Wolff 

Mary Burgess 
Thomas Burgess 
Rev. Dan Alderman 

Curt Dean 
Polly Dodson 
Roger Dodson 
Dr. Joe Giaritelli 
P. J. Giaritelli 
Jennifer Hess 
Jimmy Jackson 
Wayne Reich 
Betty Roberts 
Ed Roberts 
Dee Willis 
Jo Anne Bettini 

Lannie Belle Brady 

Etta Cobb 



Jamestown, NC 27282 
62 



New Horizon 
Northeast 



Outreach 
Parkway 



Pinecroft 



Pleasant Garden 
Rankin 



Reedy Fork 
Rocky Knoll 



Audrey Hutchison 
Wilmer Hutchison 
Lucy Lineberry 
David Ray 

Lydia Summers 

Rev. Mark Gray 
Larry Hunter 

Martha Hunter 

Doug Maness 

Dr. Wilson Stewart 
Rev. Reginald Cook 
Randall Floyd 
Dr. James May 
Gladys Vincent 
Eva Puett 

Rev. Gerald Stump 

Sharon Stump 

Wade Wylie 

Dorothy Hagle 

Rev. John Jarman 
Edith Slate 
Jack Slate 
Freda Watson 

Peggy Clark 
Arnold Culbreth 
Frankie Culbreth 
Rev. Rodney Mitchell 



292-6288 
292-6288 
273-8128 
697-8583 



674-0727 
697-9471 
697-9471 
697-9471 

375-5278 



730 Westland Dr., 27410 
730 Westland Dr.,27410 
3802 Cameron Ave., 27401 
2116DanbrookRd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
1303 Mt. Hope Church RcL, 697-0677 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
5210 Liberty Rd., 27406 
4807 LongleafRd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
4807 LongleafRd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
4522 Old Burlington Rd., 
27405 

3513 Brookfield Dr., 27410 288-1125 
201 Ray St., 27406 275-2015 
141 1 Parkway, 27408 288-2710 
141 1 Parkway, 27408 288-2710 
3911 Dogwood Dr., 27410 292-1812 
2507 Roland Dr., 27407 
3 1 7 Kensal Green Dr., 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
317 Kensal Green Dr., 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
4108 Old Julian Rd., 
Julian , NC 27283 
1520 Countryside Dr. 
27405 

3317 Summit Ave., 27405 
1404 Spry St, 27405 
1404 Spry St., 27405 
1422 Rock Spring St. 
27455 

4908 Yanceyville St., 
3217 Edenwood Dr., 27406 274-0711 
3217 Edenwood Dr., 27406 274-0711 
50 1 Kirkland St, 27406 274-3 1 88 



294-4853 
993-2037 

993-2037 

697-7517 

621-5162 

621-3343 
621-4541 
621-4541 
621-4976 

621-0875 



Rolling Roads Monica Vaughan 2632 Walker Ave., 27407 299-7909 



Sedgefield 



Sharpe Road 



Johnny Greeson 

Dr. Andy Royals 
Grady Causey 
Dr. Alton Cook 



4227 McConnell Rd., 697-029 1 
27406 

6007 High Point Rd., 27407 852-2855 

2 1 22 Lynwood Dr., 27406 674-0598 

1 908 Sharpe Rd., 27406 272-26 1 8 
63 



South Elm St. 



Southeast 
Southeast 

Southside 



Steven Mem. 



Summerfield 
FBC 



Melinda Lewellyn 

Hubert Lemon 

Louise Purgason 
Paul Purgason 
Milton Straughn 
Betty McMillan 
Wilma Monroe 
Boots Oldham 
Dr. Lawrence Clapp 

Lonnie Baxley 

Robert Dixon 

Rev. Joey Tomlin 
Horace Davis 
Chip Holden 

Eugene Pickard 

Rev. Steven Walsh 

Lucille Grubbs 

Paul Mason 

Ray Mason 

Rev. Larry Patterson 

Judith Patterson 

Bea Sutton 
Thelma Wilson 
Garland Parker 
Becky Gatewood 

Dr. Deryl Holliday 

Rev. Joe Lang 

Marilyn Lang 

Gladys Osborne 



3237-B Pine Brook Ln. 697-1786 
27406 

5471 Donna Rd., 685-4737 
Julian, NC 27283 

4900 Millpoint Rd., 27406 697-8577 

4900 Millpoint Rd., 27406 697-8577 

3610 E. Lee St., 27406 697-7433 

166 Hammond Dr., 27406 79-7538 

5 1 1 Mockingbird, 27406 674-6489 

973 Antigua Ln.,m 27406 676-8 1 69 

4212 S Elm-Eugene St., 379-8613 
27406 

4708 Edinborough Rd. 674-6538 
27406 

3430 Oakway Crt., 992-2324 

Kernersville NC 27284 

501 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-9861 

1910 Marion St., 27403 292- 1 968 

1001 Greenhaven Dr., 854-2140 

27406 

23 1 1 Four Seasons Blvd. 299-329 1 
27407 

1 00 1 Greenhaven Dr., 854-2 1 40 
27406 

3305 Martin Ave., 27405 621-4846 

2010 Twain Rd., 27405 621-6727 

2010 Twain Rd, 27405 621-6727 

2407 Running Brook Dr. 288-795 1 
27408 

2407 Running Brook Dr. 288-795 1 
27408 

230 Bond St., 27405 375-4503 

1309 Bogart St, 27405 272-7262 

4905 Tamalon Dr., 27410 643-3794 

POBox93, 643-4182 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

8 1 02 Daltonshire Dr., 643-5 1 80 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

8 1 02 Daltonshire Dr., 643-5 1 80 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

7752 Robinson Rd.., 643-4452 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

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Doug Parrish 7404 Whitaker Crt, 643-3471 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

Rev. Charles Stevens 4453 Old Randleman Rd., 3 15-0072 
27406 

Nina Stevens 4453 Old Randleman Rd, 315-0072 



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Registered Messengers to the Association Semi-Annual Meeting 



Calvary Rev. Terry Larsen 

Craig Saunders 

Camp Herman Rev. Roy Carter 
Joey Nunn 
Richard Nunn 

Central Kellie Clark 

Rev. Kenneth Clark 

Colfax Rev. Clay Cook 

Virginia Cook 
Carolyn Lawson 
Elsie Marshall 
Reavis Marshall 
Rev. Beauford Smith 
Shirley Smith 



Cornerstone 



Dr. Richard Byrd 
Dean Malone 

Edward Malone 

Bill Price 

Ann Westbrook 

Bill Westbrook 

Edwin Chenoweth 
Ila Chenoweth 



930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 

McLeansvilleNC 27301 

930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 

McLeansviUe, NC 27301 

5756 Summit Ave., 375-4794 

McLeansviUe, NC 27301 

5756 Kelly Coltrane Dr., 674-1025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

5756 Kelly Coltrane Dr., 674-1025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

7507 Keating Dr., 643-7684 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

7507 Keating Dr., 643-1086 

Oakridge, NC 27310 

71 1 Lakedale Rd., 993-5572 

Colfax, NC 27235 

711 Lakedale Rd., 993-5572 
Colfax, NC 27235 

PO Box 147, 993-3960 
Colfax, NC 27235 

176 Marshall Smith Rd., 668-2276 
Colfax, NC 27235 

1 76 Marshall Smith Rd., 668-2276 
Colfax, NC 27235 

PO Box 68, 993-2674 
Colfax, NC 27235 

PO Box 68, 993-2674 
Colfax, NC 27235 

5736 Inman Rd., 27410 665-1944 

6102 O'Briant CRT 664-0704 
27410 

6 1 02 O'Briant CRT 664-0704 
27410 

6109 Harbor View LN 643-4106 
27410 

1 502 Westminister Dr. 282-3632 
27410 

1502 Westminister Dr. 282-3632 
27410 

3405 Oberlin Dr., 27405 62 1 -3 5 1 7 

3405 Oberlin Dr., 27405 621-3517 



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Eller Memorial Jim Fleet 

Rev. Mike Jones 
Susan Jones 
Jim Kincaid 
Ethel Primm 

Florida Street Mozelle Apple 
Frances Boone 
Pete Boone 
Rev. Richard Kidd 

Geraldine Lackey 
Marvin Lackey 
Friendly Avenue Rev. Patrick Cronin 

Good News Rev. Larry Foust 
Greensboro First Geneva Metzger 

Bill Westphal, Jr. 

Groometown Rev. Charles Phelps 

Virginia Phelps 



Guilford 



Immanuel 



Cornelia Tucker 
Irvine Tucker 
Pete Alley 
Dan Dalton 

Oscar Hartis 
W. A. Foust 
Dr. Richard Hipps 
John Mikles 
Sandra Nail 

Frances Register 
Joe Richardson 
Charles Scales 
Glenda Spivey 

Setzer Weston 
Kay Williams 

Mary Burgess 
Tom Burgess 
Polly Slagle 



425 E. Hendrix St., 27405 27204418 
1111 Summit Ave., 27405 272-8437 
1111 Summit Ave., 27405 272-8437 
3520 Cherry LN, 27405 621-4933 
1307 Summit Ave., 27405 273-7417 
121 1 Pembroke Rd., 27408 288-5140 
1714 Grove St., 27403 273-6760 
1714 Grove St., 27403 273-6760 
1101 N Elm St., Unit 504 275-6374 
27401 

21 10 Ontario St., 27403 292-0991 
2110 Ontario St., 27403 292-099 1 
4800 W. Friendly Ave. 292-3567 
27410 

2608 Darden Rd., 27406 292-4848 
2604 Overbrook Dr. 288- 1 877 

27408 

3507 Parkwood Dr. -APT 8 294-3805 
27403 

2653 New Salem Rd., 685-4868 

Climax, NC 27233 

2653 New Salem Rd., 685-4868 

Climax, NC 27233 

35 1 1 Iverness Dr., 27406 294-2385 

3511 Iverness Dr., 27406 294-2385 

205 Lindley Rd., 274 1 299-5602 

61 05 Trotter Ridge Rd., 643-8743 

Summerfleld, NC 27358 

5904 W Market St., 27409 299-1234 

1 506 Verdun Dr., 2741 299-3 103 

5904 W Market St., 27409 299-1234 

5719 Greenview, 27409 299-8155 

5204 North West School 668-2935 

27409 

406 Springtime Rd., 27409 292-0852 

406 Springtime Rd., 27409 292-0852 

3420 Edgefield Rd., 27409 

4307 River Rock Pointe 856-2961 

27409 

5608 Tower Rd., 274 1 299-7484 
3662 Waterwheel Dr., 834-503 8 
27409 

5009 Korem Dr., 27409 668-2338 
5009 Korem Dr., 27409 668-2338 

2123 Wright Ave., 27403 273-0779 

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Korean 
Lawndale 



Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 



New Horizon 
Northeast 



Rev. Larry Thompson 2432 High Point Rd., 299- 1 75 1 
27403 

1000 W Friendly Ave. 297-4813 
27401 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 



Outreach 



Rev. Moses Yu 

Curt Dean 
Keith Feather 
Dr. Joe Giaritelli 
P. J. Giaritelli 
Dr. Barry Nealy 
Betty Roberts 

Ed Roberts 

Jimmy Roberts 

Joe Robertson 
Dee Willis 

Rev. James Jordan 
Etta Cobb 

Rev. Otis Davis 

Audrey Hutchison 
Wilmer Hutchison 
Lucy Lineberry 
David Ray 

Carole Salter 

William Salter 

Rev. Mark Gray 
Dave Sintak 
Larry Hunter 

Martha Hunter 

Douglas Maness 

Dorrence Stewart 

Dr. Wilson Stewart 

Rev. Reginald Cook 



2009Sharpe Rd., 27406 
5612 Greenwich Dr. 
27410 

5612 Greenwich Dr. 
27410 

1401 Mizpah Church Rd., 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
5904 Founders Dr., 27410 
3407 Normandy Rd. 
27408 

1203 Magnolia St., 27401 
2412Huffine MillRd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
210 Amberwood Dr., 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
730 Westland Dr., 27410 
730 Westland Dr., 27410 
3802 Cameron Ave., 
2116DanhrookRd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
601 Havershire Dr., 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
601 Havershire Dr., 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
5210 Liberty Rd., 27406 
5210 Liberty Rd., 27406 
4907 Longleaf Rd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
4907 Longleaf Rd., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
4522 Burlington Rd. 
27405 

3513BrookfieidDr. 
27410 

3513BrookfieldDr. 
27410 

201 Ray St., 27406 
68 



275-7651 
855-8082 

855-8082 



288-8377 

275-1349 
621-5520 

292-0299 

292-6288 
292-6288 
27401273-8128 
697-8583 

454-2286 

454-2286 

674-0727 
674-0727 
697-9471 

697-9471 

375-5278 

288-1125 

288-1125 

275-2015 



Parkway 
Pleasant Garden 

Rankin 



Rocky Knoll 



Rolling Roads 
Sedgefield 



Dr. James May 

Debbie Huneycutt 

Lynn Huneycutt 

Al Brown 

Rev. John Jannan 

Judy Jarman 

Edith Slate 
Jack Slate 
Arnold Culbreth 
Frankie Culbreth 
Louise Hilliard 
Harold Hunt 

Vernell Hunt 

Margaret Morgan 

Rev. Gerald Primm 
Monica Vaughan 
John Flack 



Johnny Greeson 
Sixteenth Street Helen Boone 



Southeast 

South Elm St. 
Southside 



Rev. Todd Haynes 
Jacqueline Baxley 
Lonnie Baxley 
Rev. Charles Tomlin 
Teresa Tomlin 
Bobbie McKeithan 
Wilma Monroe 
Shirley Barbee 
Jeanne Claffey 

William Claffey 

Elsie Hampton 
Rodney Mitchell 



13 1 8 Glen Raven CRT 632-0425 
27410 

PO Box 157 674-2193 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 1 3 

PO Box 157 674-2193 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

3317 Summit Ave., 27405 621-3343 

1 09 Churchview Dr. 644-7234 

27455 

1 09 Churchview Dr. 644-7234 
27455 

1 404 Spry St., 27405 62 1 -454 1 
1 404 Spry St., 27405 62 1 -454 1 
3217 Edenwood Dr, 27406 274-071 1 
3217 Edenwood Dr. 27406 274-0711 
50 1 Kirkland St., 27406 274-3 1 88 
2 1 03 Country View Dr. 674-9 1 42 
27406 

2 1 03 Country View Dr. 674-9 1 42 
27406 

6 1 4 Creekridge Rd. 275-2658 
27406 

1307 Summit Ave., 27405 273-7417 
2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 
1013 Pineburr Rd., 887-7480 
Jamestown, NC 27282 



4227 McConnell Rd., 



697-0291 



27406 

254 Rockwood Heights -Rt. 2, 
Stokesdale, NC 27357 
900 Sixteenth St., 27405 621-5541 
4708 Edinborough, 27406 674-6538 
4708 Edinborough, 27406 674-6538 
50 1 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-986 1 
501 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-9861 
318 E. Vandalia, 27406 674-6489 
5111 Mockingbird, 27406 674-6489 
1 902 Urban Dr., 27403 275-6926 
2404 Four Seasons Blvd. 855-9045 
27407 

2404 Four Seasons Blvd. 855-9045 
27407 

404 Ravenwood Dr., 27409299-8473 
6 1 74 Sussex TRL, 685-0843 

Pleasant Garden. NC 27313 

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Rev. Steven Walsh 

Stevens Mem. Lucille Grubbs 
Paul Mason 
Ray Mason 
Judy Patterson 

Rev. Larry Patterson 

Bea Sutton 
Thelma Wilson 
Summerfield First Garland Barker 
Roger Barricks 

Ronald Freeman 

Walter Holder 

Dr. Deryl Holliday 

Douglas Parrish 

Mark Smith 
Sumner Rev. Charles Stevens 

Nina Stevens 

Richard Ussery 
Vietnamese Rev. Hoa Dluc Vo 
Lieu Vo 



1001 Greenhaven Dr., 854-2140 
27406 

3305 Martin" Ave., 27405 621-4846 

20 1 Twain Rd., 27405 62 1 -6727 

2010 Twain Rd., 27405 621-6726 

2407 Running Brook Dr. 375-4410 
27408 

2407 Running Brook Dr. 375-4410 
27408 

230 Bond St., 27405 375-4503 

1309 Bogart St., 27405 272-7262 

4905 Tamaron Dr., 27410 643-3794 

6904 Maynard Rd., 643-3889 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

8306 Knight Village Cir., 643-7690 

Stokesdale,NC 27357 

Rt.2-3044 Pleasant Ridge 643-3814 

Rd., Summerfield, NC 27358 

Rt. 400 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

7404 Whitaker CRT 643-347 1 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Rt. 400 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

4453 Old Randleman Rd. 3 1 5-0072 

27406 

4453 Old Randleman Rd. 315-0072 
27406 

5303 Solar PL, 27406 

2007 Sharpe Rd., 27406 272-1582 

2007 Sharpe Rd., 27406 272-1582 



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Representatives on Assn. Executive Board 



(Includes, if not listed, for each church: Pastor, One Other Staff Person 
(Associate Pastor-AP; Minister of Education-ME;Youth Minister- Y) 
Brotherhood Dir., WMU Dir., Chrm. Of Deacons, Finance Comm. Chrm. Or 
Treasurer, Sunday School Dir. Listed are members who serve on the Executive 
Board in addition to the above positions.) 



Bethany Positions Listed Above 

(AP)Dan Francis 6804 Breen Dr. 

Liberty, NC 27298 
Brandt Oaks Positions Listed Above 



685-4560 



Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 



Buchanan 
Calvary 
Calvary 
Fellowship (M) 

Cross Creek (M) Positions Listed Above 
Camp Herman Positions Listed Above 
Richard Nunn 

Deloras Woodburn 

Lester Ross 

Maynard Nance 

Cornerstone Positions Listed Above 
(ME)Charles Hahn 

Joe Crabtree 
Barry McGugan 



Central 



Positions Listed Above 
Jimmy McDonald 



Clifton Road Positions Listed Above 
(AP/ME) Don Rumple 
Steve Gallop 
Herb Meadows 



Colfax 



Donna Battaille 



Rev. Beauford Smith 



7064 Kelly Coltraine 
Ran dJ em an, NC 27317 
3426 Lee's Chapel Rd. 
27405 

3807 Pineneedle Dr. 
27405 

745 USHWY 158 
Reidsville,NC 27320 



674-1025 



375-5139 



621-4292 



342-9682 



834-8074 



2505 Midkiff G. 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
4402 Staghorn CRT, 2741855-0356 
1 903 Woods End Lane 855-5480 
27410 



8403 Deer Path CRT 
Stokesdale, NC 27357 



644-0550 



3002 Mornstar, 27406 834-0864 

5813 Carriage LN, 27410 299-6419 

6048 McLeansville Rd. 697-8364 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

5698 Windyke Dr. 656-3829 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

509 Ritters Lake Rd., 274-3 155 

27406 



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College Park 
DayStar 



Eller Memoiral 



Shirley Smith 

Virginia Cook 

Reavis Marshall 

Elsie Marshall 

Rena Reynolds 
Carolyn Lawson 

Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Tina Holmes 

Joe Hill 
Linda Hill 
Patricia Minix 
Chris McSwain 

Mary Lou Holoman 

Positions Listed Above 
Marsha Robbins 



509 Ritters lake Rd., 
27406 

711 LakedaleRd. 

Colfax, NC 27235 

176 Marshall Smith Rd. 

Colfax, NC 27235 

176 Marshall Smith Rd. 

Colfex, NC 27235 

2512Belmar St., 27407 

PO Box 147, 

27235 



2402-Q Lake Brandt PI. 
27455 

3508 Vernon St., 27408 
3508 Vernon St., 27408 
5502 White Blossom Dr. 
5500 Deer Forest Dr. 
27406 

7323 Strawberry Rd. 
Summerfield, NC 27358 



274-3155 

993-5572 

668-2276 

668-2276 

294-2044 
993-3960 



540-0273 

288-6881 
288-6881 

643- 6379 
674-3474 

644- 2760 



856-1117 



5512CornerstaffDr. 
27407 

3410 Fern PL, 27408 288-9308 
1307 Summit Ave., 27405273-7417 
3405 Oberlin Dr., 27405 621-3517 
425 E. Hendrix St., 27405 272-3340 



3001 Mornstar PL, 27406 852-4667 
703 Creekridge Rd., 27406275-1236 



John Murchison 
Rev. Gerald Primm 
Edwin Chenoweth 
Jim Fleet 

Florida Street Positions Listed Above 
(ME)Steve Sparks 
Ivadell Moody 
Henry Naylor 
Marvin Lackey 
H. A. Boone 
Frances Boone 
Friendly Arabic Positions Listed Above 
Friendly Avenue Positions Listed Above 

(ME)Rev. Samuel C. Morris 2802 Manor House CRT 

27407 

George Hayes 
Stephen LeGrone 



3540-B Lawndale Dr. 
21 10 Ontario St., 27403 
1714 Grove St., 27403 
1714 Grove St., 27403 



David J arm an 



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722 Westland Dr., 27410 
4308 Shoal Creek Dr. 
27410 

5410 Cedar Field Dr. 
Summerfield, NC 27358 



545-5835 
292-0991 
273-6760 
273-6760 



299-6889 

292-4879 
668-1186 

643-2073 



Friendship Positions Listed Above 
Gate City Positions Listed Above 

(ME) Steve Turner 

BUI Breedlove 

Joe Hilliard 

Rachel McCloud 
Charles Gray 
Stan Corum 

Gethsemane Positions Listed Above 
FBC 

Greensboro FBC Positions Listed Above 

Ed Vaughan 

Fred Binder 
Groometown Positions Listed Above 

Nancy Bentley 

Joe Mullinax 



Henry Strayhorn 

Bishop Lesane 
Harold Feimster 
Laura Newkirk 
Positions Listed Above 
W. A. Foust 

Oscar Hartis 
John Mikles 
Positions Listed Above 
Roy Kasey 

Positions Listed Above 
Rev. Jack Thornhill, Jr. 



Guilford 



Hillcrest 



Hispanic (M) 
Hunter Hills 



2978 Butterwood Dr. 8 12-3 178 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

100 Burrows Rd. 454-6378 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

2003 Hunterwoods Dr. 8 1 2-29 1 9 

High Point, NC 27265 

2111 Hardie CRT, 27403 292- 1 343 

43 10 Bramlet PL, 27407 292-4037 

1 04 Tandy CRT, 886-22 12 

Jamestown, NC 27282 



2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 
1902 Cordova Dr., 27410 288-3857 

43 1 1 Halifax Rd., 27409 299-7706 

4201 Wayward Dr., 299-3262 
27407 

PO Box 188 697-1674 
Sedalia, NC 27342 

1906 Sheree LN, 27406 697-7632 
2004 Brassfield Rd., 2741CE88-9765 

808-H Marsh St., 27406 855-8 108 



40 Forest Lake Circle 299-3 1 
27407 

1300 Granada LN, 27407 294-03 1 1 
5719 GreenviewDr., 2740999-8155 



(AfVME)Jim Stagg 

Barry Darnell 

William Beck 



Kenneth Hipsley 



4008 Scottsdale Rd. 
27455 

1806Merritt Dr. 
27407 

3809 Halifax Rd., 27407 
4481 Barrow Rd. 
High Point, NC 27265 
3210 Derby Circle 
High Point, NC 27265 

5978 Hickory Grove Rd. 

27407 

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288-2741 



299-1332 

299-1332 
299-1332 

299-1332 



299-1332 



Sharon Hipsley 5978 Hickory Grove Rd. 299-1332 

27407 

Mark Ogbum 3011 Maple Branch Dr. 882- 1 699 

High Point, NC 27265 882- 1 699 

Todd Gerock 70 1 Old Mill Rd. 889-5493 

High Point, NC 27265 

Gene Parker 102 Woodbine Crt. 454-8687 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Immanuel Positions Listed Above 

Polly Slagle 2123 Wright Ave., 27403 273-0779 

Winfred Gallimore 4606 Byrnhurst Dr. 855-7873 
27407 

Calvin Stack 2502 Four Seasons Blvd. 852-9207 

Wayne Ouzts 3724 Wood Burn, 27406 230-1149 

Jessup Grove Positions Listed Above 

Alice Anderson 306 Anderson Trail 95 1 -2898 

Reidsville, NC 27320 
Bobby Anderson 306 Anderson Trail 95 1 -2898 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

Korean (M) Positions Listed Above 
Lankford Mem. Positions Listed Above 

Earl Epperson 2720 Richard St., 27405 375-5035 

Alma Epperson 2720 Richard St., 27405 375-5035 

Shirley Roger 6600 Lismore Dr. 62 1 -72 1 1 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Richard Flynn 8101 Ivywood Rd., 27455 656-3079 

Lawndale Positions Listed Above 

(ME)Keith Feather 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408288-3824 

Ewert Hollins 1 10 Kirk Rd., 27455 288-2844 

Lindley Park Positions Listed Above 

Helen Rose 2121 Sprucewood Eh-. 299-4046 

27407 

Ken Rose 2121 Sprucewood Dr. 299-4046 

27407 

Living Hope (M)Positions Listed Above 
Magnolia Street Positions Listed Above 

Pat Allen 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

New Bessemer Positions Listed Above 

David Ray 2116 Danbrook Dr. 697-8583 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Shane Swaim 7101 Windbreak Rd. 656-7867 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Etta Cobb 25 12 Huffine Mill Rd. 62 1 -5520 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
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New Hope 



New Horizon 

Northeast 

Northside 



Outreach 
Parkway 
Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 



Frances Funderburk 

George Long 

Positions Listed Above 
Danny Clark 

Jim Lanier 

Priscilla Mosley 

Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Irene Melton 
Myrtle Cockman 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Positions Listed Above 
Wade Wylie 



Pleasant Grove Positions Listed Above 



Rankin 



Reedy Fork 



Positions Listed Above 
Iris Roland 
Joe Hampton 

Timothy E. Marse 

Betty Clark 

Positions Listed Above 



(AP/ME)W. R. Young, Jr. 

FrankJin Bowman 

Sharpe Wrenn 
H. C. Joines 

Sheila Clark 
Rocky Knoll Positions Listed Above 
(AP/ME/Y) Mark Talbert, Sr. 

Arnold Culbreth 



807 Huffine Mill Rd. 375-3439 
27405 

3707 Hines Chapel Rd. 62 1 -0004 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

71 13 Friendship Church 656-3058 

Rd., McLeansville, NC 27301 

287 Nottingham Way 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

1379 Lee's Chapel Rd. 375-5282 

27455 



1315 Vine St., 27405 274-024 1 
2 109 Maple St., 27405 273-0486 



4 108 Old Julian Rd. 697-75 1 7 
Julian, NC 27283 



1314 Spry St., 27405 621-4483 

6923 Wooden Rail LN 644-6422 

Summerfieid, NC 27358 

44 1 5 Harvard Ave., 294-4382 

27407 

1 403 Guest St., 27405 375-3492 

7811 French Dr. 656-4865 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

3830 NC 150 E. 656-7555 

Browns Summit NC 27214 

2 1 06 Northbay Dr. 62 1 - 1 1 22 

600 Archergate Rd., 288-6420 

Browns Smmit, NC 27214 

5697 Appleton Rd., 27405375-8417 



4806 Mountline Dr. 
27409 

3217 Eden wood Dr. 
27406 



664-0306 
274-071 1 



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Frankie Culbreth 

Jimmy McCaskill 

Louise Wagoner 

Rolling Roads Positions Listed Above 
Monica Vaughan 
Craig Davis 

Bob Roach 

Sedgefield Positions Listed Above 
(AP/ME/Y) Johnny Greeson 

Sharpe Road Positions Listed Above 
Lisa Capps 

Milton Straughn 
Sixteenth Street Positions Listed Above 
South Elm St. Positions Listed Above 

Wilma Monroe 

Bobbie McKeithan 
Beaulah Oldham 
Southeast Positions Listed Above 

Southside Positions Listed Above 

(ME)Chip Holden, Jr. 

Elsie Hampton 

Barry Morgan 
Betty Walker 
Stevens Mem. Positions Listed Above 
Judy Patterson 

Bea Sutton 
Thelma Wilson 
Lucille Grubbs 

Summerfield Positions Listed Above 

FBC 

Sumner Positions Listed Above 

O. L. Snyder 



3217 Edenwood Dr. 274-07 1 1 
27406 

4816 Lauren Taylor Dr. 43 1 - 1 477 

Trinity, NC 27370 

34 1 W. Vandalia Rd., 275-6006 

27406 

2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 

21 13 Cleitenham Blvd. 854-1036 
27407 

4202 Summerglen Dr. 299-6524 
27406 

4227 McConnell Rd. 697-029 1 
27406 

5 1 04 Field-Horney Rd. 676-4537 
27406 

3610 E. Lee St., 27406 697-7433 



5 1 1 Mockingbird Rd., 674-6489 
27406 

3 1 8 E. Vandalia, 27403 674-6489 

973 Antigua LN, 27406 676-8 1 69 



377 Heritage Circle 632-6456 

Taylorsville, NC 28681 

404 Ravenwood Dr. 299-8473 

27409 

5301 Elmcrest Dr., 27406 292-3644 
2208 Maybank St., 27403 299-6643 

2407 Running Brook Dr. 288-7951 
27408 

230 Bond St., 27405 375-4503 
1309 Bogart St., 27405 272-7262 
3305 Martin Ave., 27405 621-4846 



304 Thorn wood Dr. 454-4373 
Jamestown, NC 27283 



Vietnamese Positions Listed Above 



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Willomore Positions Listed Above 

Tim Mundy 5546 Ramseur 622-0332 

Liberty, NC 27298 

Phil Armfield 5755 Johnston Crt. 685-9788 

Climax, NC 27233 

Woodlake Positions Listed Above 

(AP) Rev.Fred Hardin 571 1 Davis Mill Rd., 674-5543 

27406 



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MINISTERS AVAILABLE FOR SUPPLY 



J. Bolejack 

5507 Greenridge Dr., McLeansville, NC 27301 
Wofford Boyd 

5602 Courtfield Dr., 27455 
Ward Burch 

4226 Sullivans Lake Dr., 27410 
William Claffey 

2404 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 
Andy Cline 

1511 Larsen St., 27407 
Reginald Cook 

201 Ray St., 27406 
Victor Dowd 

700 S. Holden Rd., 27407 
T. W. Estes 

4827 Tower Rd., 27410 
James Fleet 

425 E. Hendrix St., 27405 
David Fleming 

P. O. Box 16698, 27416 
Bob Glasgow 

4603 Vickery Chapel Rd., 27407 
Ronald Hill 

212 Country Park Rd., 27455 
Joseph Lang 

8102 Daltonshire Dr., Oak Ridge, 27310 
Jay Love 

708 Montrose Dr., 27410 
Lonnie Marsh 

6605 Poplar Grove Trail, 27410 574- 
Barry Nealy 

5305 Bayberry Ln., 27405 
Dewey Price 

8040 National Service Rd., Colfex, NC 27235 
Gerald Primm 

1307 Summit Ave., 27405 
Bob Southern 

1814 Dublin Dr., 27408 
Roy Thornberry 

6332 Cape Wedgewood Circle, Browns Summit, 27214 



697-0104 
373-2234 
297-9678 
855-9045 
855-3886 
275-2015 
854-1330 
294-1284 

272- 3340 
294-3605 

454-3927 

288-4027 

643-5180 

299-0258 
605-0821 
8120 Beeper 159 

545-1562 

605-9920 

273- 7417 
288-4219 
621-2294 



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Ralph Webb 

3917 Red Hill Crt., 27407 292-2204 
Vernon Williams 

1 701 Sparrow Rd, Pleasant Garden, 273 13 674-5259 
Michael Wolff 

2410 Quaker Landing, 27455 286-2037 



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PIEDMONT 
Senior Pastors 



Bethany Rev. Edward B. Leggett, 3610 Bernie Rd. 674-640 1 

Climax, NC 27233 
Brandt Oaks No pastor 

Buchanan Rev. Gene Lawhorne, 375-6865 

204 Buchanan Ch Rd., 27405 

Calvary Rev. Terry Larsen, 930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Camp Herman Rev. Roy Carter, 6806 Taylor Woods Ln. 685-0904 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 1 3 

Central Rev. Kenneth D. Clark, 7507 Keating Dr. 643-1 086 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Clifton Road Dr. Adrian Harris, 4 Piper Glen Ct. 27406 294-6528 

Colfax Rev. Beauford R. Smith, 274-3 155 

509 Ritters Lake Rd., 27406 

College Park Rev.Michael S. Usey, 1 1 1 W. Keeling Rd. 294-023 1 

27410 

Cornerstone Dr. Richard Byrd, 5736 lnman Rd., 274 1 665- 1 944 

Daystar Rev. Allen Holmes, 2402-Q Lake Brandt 540-0273 
Place, 27455 

Eller Memorial Rev. Michael Jones, 3507 Fox PL, 27408 282-0020 

Florida Street Rev. Richard Kidd, 275-9 1 78 

1403 W. Florida St. 27403 

Friendly Arabic Rev. Maged Basily 292-3567 

4800 W. Friendly Ave., 27410 

Friendly Avenue Dr. Patrick Cronin, 292-3567 

4800 W. Friendly Ave., 27410 

Friendship Rev. William R McNeil, 852-0375 

3202 Delmonte Dr., 27406 

Gate City Rev. David B. Horton, 454-8054 

1101 New Hampshire Dr. Jamestown, NC 27282 

Gethsemane FBC Rev. Mark Cranford, PO Box 13364, 643-3 126 

27415 

Gibsonville FBC Rev. Jim Smyrl, 22 1 Piedmont Ave., 449-45 1 2 

Good News Rev. Larry P. Foust, 282-4848 

2608 Darden Rd., 27406 

Greensboro FBC Dr. Ken Massey, 274-3286 

1000 W. Friendly Ave. 27401 

Groometown Rev. Charles E. Phelps, 685-4868 

2653 New Salem Rd. Climax, NC 27233 

Guilford Dr. Richard S. Hipps, 665-9978 

6304 Spyglass Ct., 27410 
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Hillcrest Rev. Larry Pugh 24 1 5 Rettrop Dr. 954-0632 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Hunter Hills Rev. Jake J. Thornhill, Jr. 

1806 Merritt Dr., 27407 
Immanuel Rev. Larry D. Thompson 

2432 High Point Rd., 27407 
Jessup Grove Rev. Daniel Alderman, 

1509 Rankin Rd., 27405 
Lankford Mem Rev. Jack L. Moody, 2503 Farm Gate Rd., 

Browns Summit NC 27214 
Lawndale Dr. Joe Giaritelli, 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 
Lindley Park Rickey A. Letson, 40 1 Walker Ave., 
Magnolia Street Rev. James W. Jordan, 

1203 Magnolia St., 27401 
New Bessemer Rev. Otis Davis, 210 Amberwood Dr. 

Jamestown, NC 27282 
New Hope Rev. Philip Mosley, 1379 Lee's Chapel Rd. 375-5282 

27455 

New Horizon Rev. Mark Gray, 5210 Liberty Rd., 27406 
Northeast Dr. Wilson Stewart, 

3513BrookfieldDr., 27410 
Northside Rev. Thomas G. Brown, 

2903 Lawndale Dr. 27408 
Parkway Dr. James D. May, 

1411 Benjamin Pkwy., 27408 
Pinecroft Rev. Gerald Stump, 817 Kensal Green Dr. 

Kernersville, NC 27284 
Pleasant Garden Rev. Michael J. Barrett, 

2203 Wilson Mills Ct, Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 
Pleasant Grove Rev. Ralph Metcatf; 902 West Brook Ct. 86 1 -6586 

Archdale, NC 27263 
Rankin Rev. John B. Jarman in 644-7234 

109 Church View Dr., 27455 
Reedy Fork Dr. Stephen D. Gunter, 62 1 -9428 

4710 Yanceyville Rd., Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Rocky Knoll No Pastor 

Rolling Roads Rev. Paul Crews, 23 10 Pinecroft Rd., 27407 3 15-8739 
Sedgefield Dr. Andy Royals, 852-2855 

6007 High Point Rd., 27407 
Sharpe Road Dr. Alton Cook, 2002 Sharpe Rd., 27406 273-2 1 54 
Sixteenth Street Rev. Todd Haynes, 900 Sixteenth St. 27405 621-5541 
Southeast Rev. Charles J. Tomlin, 674-1399 

16 Hastings Circle., 27406 
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299-1332 

299-1751 

621-9659 

621-8337 

288-3824 

887-3694 
275-1349 

292-0299 



674-0727 
288-1125 

288-8742 

288-2710 

993-2037 

674-5390 



South Elm Street Dr. Lawrence E. Clapp 674-7783 

1 194 Legacy Fare Dr. Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 
Southside Rev. Steven 0. Walsh 299-7126 

3110 Woodpoint Dr. Jamestown, NC 27282 
Stevens Mem Rev. Larry K. Patterson 288-795 1 

2407 Running Brook Dr., 27408 
Summerfield Dr. Deryl B. Holliday, P.O. Box 400 27358 643-6383 
Sumner Rev. Charles Stevens 3 1 5-0072 

4453 Old Randleman Rd., 27406 
Vietnamese Rev. Hoa Due Vo, 3 19 N Elam Ave., 632-8786 

27403 

Willomore Rev. Donald Shelton, 674-7767 

4722 Randleman Rd., 27406 
Woodlake Rev. Thomas L. Vogler, Sr. 674- 1 865 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 



PIEDMONT 
Mission Pastors 



Calvary Rev. JeffChetwood, 5000 Country 765-5543 

Fellowhsip Club Rd., Winston Salem, NC 271 04 

Sponsor - Guilford BC 

Cross Creek Rev. David Kay, 2207 Wagoner Rd. 446-8242 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Sponsor - New Horizon 

Ethiopian Rev. Kassahun Asfaw, 665-1944 

2408 S. Holden Rd., Apt A, 27407 

Sponsor - Cornerstone 

Hispanic David Duarte, 2819 Dulaire Rd., 27407 834-3230 

No Sponsor 

Korean Rev. Moses K. Yu, 8 Millpath Ln., 27407 297-48 1 3 

Sponsor - Greensboro FBC 

Living Hope Rev. Roger Mathis, 1014 Walnut St. 349-6226 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

Sponsor - New Horizon 



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PIEDMONT 
Associate Pastors 



Bethany 



685-4560 



Rev. Dan Francis, 6804 Breen Dr., 
Liberty, NC 27298 
Calvary Rev. Craig Sauders, 930 Knox Rd, 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Camp Herman Rev. Richard Nunn, 7064 Kelly Coltraine 

Randleman, NC 27317 
Clifton Road Rev. Don Rumple, 3002 Mornstar, 27406 
College Park Rev. Donsanne Cooper, 

1601 Walker Ave., 27403 
Greensboro FBC Rev. Steve Pressley, 

4508 Tower Rd., 27410 
Hunter Hills Rev. Jim Stagg, 3809 Halifax Rd., 27407 
New Bessemer Rev. David Ray, 2116 Danbrook Rd. 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Northside Rev. Bobby Lewis, 1 52 Birch Creek Rd., 

McLeansville, NC 27301 
Pleasant Garden Rev. Marty Tobin, 

4501 Whitby Place., 27406 
Reedy Fork Rev. William R Young, Jr. 781 1 French Dr. 656-4865 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Rocky Knoll Rev. Mark Talbert, Sr., 664-0306 

4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 
Sedgefield Rev. Johnny Greeson, 697-0291 

4227 McConnell Rd., 27406 
Southeast Rev. Robert W. Dixon 992-2324 

3430 Oakway Court, Kernersville, NC 27284 
Summer-field FBC Rev. Roger Barricks, PO Box 400 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 
Woodlake Rev. Fred Hardin, 674-5543 

5711 Davis Mills Rd., 27406 



697-9634 

674-1025 

834-0864 
273-1779 

855-6739 

299-1332 
697-8583 

697-1419 

676-0278 



PIEDMONT 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Calvary Rev. Jay Bolejack, 5507 Creenridge Dr., 697-0 1 04 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Rev. James Campbell, 275-6005 

2604 Atlanta St., 27406 

Rev. Richard Thornburg, 

6836 Kelly Coltrane Dr., Randleman NC 273 1 7 

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Clifton Rd. Rev. Jesse Crooks 476-3775 
770 Rapp Street, Thomasville, NC 27639 
Rev. David Fleming, PO Box 16698, 27416 294-3605 
Rev. Dwight Brooks 299-2585 
4321 Hewitt St., 27407 

College Park Rev. Peggy A. Haynes, 802-4760 
4805 Chaucer Dr., 27407 
Rev. Ralph & Tammy Stocks, Budapest Hungary. 
Rev. Paula Burch, 120 Shorelake Dr., 862-3309 
27455 

Cornerstone Rev. Tim Pless, 3008 Bardwell Rd., 274 1 21 8-8960 
Rev. Jay Love, 708 Montrose Dr., 27410 299-0258 
Rev. Gerald Webb, 3 15-1956 

1115 New Garden Rd., 27410 

Eller Memorial Rev. Gerald Primm, 273-74 1 7 

1307 Summit Ave., 27405 

Rev. James Fleet, 425 E. Hendrix St., 27405 272-3340 
Florida Street Rev. Talmadee Greene, 272-64 1 6 

826 Logandale Ct., 27406 

Rev. Richard Dancy, 

918 Glenwood Ave. 27403 
Friendly Ave. Rev. Ronald Hill, 288-4027 

212 Country Park Rd., 27455 

Dr. A Leroy Parker, 

1 199 Hayes Forest Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 
Gate City Rev. Robert A. Cline, 1511 Larson St. 855-3 886 

Good News Rev. Sherlock Bynum 272-2683 

1412 Cypress St., 27405 

Rev. Donald Trapp 697-03 1 

1404 Kellenberger Dr., 27406 
Guilford Rev. T.W. Estes, 4827-C Tower Dr., 274 10 294-1284 

Rev. Dewey Price, 605-9920 

8040 National Service Rd., Colfex, NC 27235 
Jessup Grove Rev. James Purdy, 288-85 1 5 

2601 Shady Lawn Dr. 27408 
Lankford Mem Rev. Earl Epperson 375-5035 

2713 Richard St., 27405 

Rev. Ralph Webb, 292-2204 
3710 Lynhaven Dr., 27406 
Lawndale Rev. James Roberts 349-3 1 1 

1401 Mizpah Church Rd., Reidsville, NC 27320 
Rev. Fred Rogers, 22 Heathrow Ct., 27410 282-2771 



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Dr. Barry Nealy, 5305 Bayberry Ln., 27455 545-1562 
Rev. Daniel Lowe, , 855-5100 

1 13 Dolley Madison Rd, 27410 
New Bessemer Rev. Victor Dowd, 854-1330 
700 South Holden Rd, 27403 

Rev. David Ray 621-8583 
2116 Danbrook Rd., McLeansville, NC 27301 

Northeast Rev. Dale Elwell 449-5085 

4249 Mclntyre Rd., Gibsonville, NC 27249 
Rev. Douglas Maness 375-5278 
4522 Old Burlington Rd., 27405 

Parkway Rev. Stan Johnson 375-7788 

5020 Hicone Rd., 27405 

Rev. Ernie Lilly, 1 Wenchelsa Ct. 27410 288-8041 
Pleasant Garden Dr. Vernon Williams 674-5259 

1701 Sparrow Rd., Pleasant Garden NC 27313 

Rev. Richard Lewis 674-83 12 

491 1 Forest Oaks Dr., 27406 
Rankin Rev. Roy Thorn berry 

6332 Cape Wedgewood Circle, 

Brown Summit, NC 27214 

Rev. John Byrd, 2906 Loretta Lane, 27405 
Southside Rev. William Claffey 

2404 Four Seasons Blvd., 27407 
Summerfield FBC Rev. Joe Lang, 

8 102 Daltonshire Dr., Oak Ridge NC 273 10 

Rev. Odell Scott 282-4708 

5800 Lake Brandt Rd., 27405 

Rev. Lowell Schuman, 7600 Wallingford Rd., 27409 
Sumner Rev. Charlie Landreth 674-5 1 74 

6614 Coltrane Mill Rd., 27406 
Willomore Rev. Clyde Church 674-6679 

1243 Burnetts Chapel Rd., 27406 

Rev. Harding Coon, 801 Terrell St., 27406 275-5690 
Woodlake Rev. Fred Hardin 674-5543 

571 1 Davis Mill Rd, 27406 



621-2294 



621-5144 
855-9045 

643-5180 



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PIEDMONT 
Ministers Ordained During Year 

Clifton Road Rev. Steve Gallop 299-6419 
5813 Carriage Lane, Greensboro, NC 27410 
Rev. Herb Meadows 697-8364 
6048 McLeansville, NC 27301 

Lawndale Rev. Curt Dean, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Reedy Fork Rev. Franklin Bowman 656-7555 
3930 NC 150 E. Brown Summit, NC 27214 

Stevens Mem Rev. Jeffrey L. Hargett 643-6799 
6845 Spencer Dixon Rd., 27455 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers Licensed During Year 

Bethany Rev. Daniel E. Francis in 685-4560 

6804 Breech Dr., Liberty, NC 27298 
Rankin Rev. Joseph Hampton 644-6422 

6923 Wooden Rail Ln., Summerfield NC 27358 
Reedy Fork Rev. Franklin Bowman 656-7555 

3930 NC 150 E. Brown Summit, NC 27214 
Sedgefield F.ev. Tim Myers 

46 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest, NC 27587 
Stevens Mem Rev. Jeffrey L. Hargett 643-6799 

6845 Spencer Dixon Rd., 27455 



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PIEDMONT 
Ministers of Education 



Calvary Craig Saunders, 930 Knox Rd, 697-9634 

McLeansvMe,NC 27301 

Clifton Road Don Rumple, 3002 Mornstar, 27406 834-0864 

Cornerstone Charles C. Hahn, 2505 MidkiffCRT, 834-8074 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Florida Street Steve Sparks, 3001 Mornstar PL, 27406 852-4667 

Friendly Ave. Stephen Starnes, 3619 Two Oaks Dr., 27410 93 1-0067 

Gate City Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr., 8 12 3 1 73 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Good News Sherlock Bynum, 1412 Cypress St., 27406 272-2683 

Hunter Hills Jim Stagg, 3809 Halifax Rd, 27407 299-1332 

Lawndale Keith Feather, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

New Bessemer David Ray, 2116 Danbrook Rd., 697-8583 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Northside Bobby Lewis, 152 Birch Creek Rd., 697- 1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Parkway Randall Floyd, 1411 Benjamin PKWY 288-271 

27408 

Pleasant Garden Marty Tobin, 450 1 Whitby PL, 27406 676-0278 

Reedy Fork William Young, Jr., 781 1 French Dr., 656-4865 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Rocky Knoll Mark Talbert, Sr., 4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 664-0306 

Sedgefield Johnny Greeson, 4227 McConnell Rd., 27406 697-029 1 

Southside Vernon K. Holden, Jr., 377 Heritage CBR, 632-6456 

Tayorsville, NC 28681 

Summerfield FBC Lonnie Marsh, PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfleld, NC 27358 
Woodiake Rev. Fred Hardin, 571 1 Davis Mill Rd, 27406 674-5543 



PIEDMONT 

Ministers of Youth 

Buchanan Donald Phillips, 4616 Old Burlington Rd 621-4485 

27405 

Calvary Robert Worrell, 930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Camp Herman Jimmy Stout, 2728 Pindale Rd, 27405 621-9433 

Central Scott P. Marshall, 8574 Belews Creek Rd, 643-8968 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 
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Clifton Road Billy Young, 5440 Yanceyville Rd., 656-5336 
Brown Summit, NC 27214 

Chris Cornette, 371 1 Creek Pointe Way, 27407 854-3525 

Stephen Starnes, 3619 Two Oaks Dr., 27410 931-0067 

Steve Turner, 2978 Butterwood Dr., 8 1 2-3 1 73 
Jamestown, NC 27282 

Gibsonville FBC Molly Rice, 2966 Huffine Mill Rd., 375-5403 
Gibsonville NC 27249 
Michael Sowers, 8200 Partridge Rd., 

Colfax, NC 27235 931-0978 

Barry Darnell, 448 1 Barrow Rd., 299-1332 
High Point, NC 27265 

Wayne Reich, 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Patty Forrest, 40 1 Walker Ave., 27403 3 1 5-5272 

Mickey Leonard, 1 505 Courtland Ave., 342-6467 
Reidsville, NC 27320 

Josh Parrish, 2206 Bertie St., 27403 286-6653 

John Gregory, 2307 Fortune LN, 27408 288-3642 

Randall Floyd, 141 1 Benjamin PKWY, 27408 288-2710 

Julia Paschall, 3 Pennoak CRT, 27407 299-608 1 

Daniel Bare, 5913 Cheshire Dr., 674-5416 
Pleasant Garden, 27313 

David Mills II, 6208 Company Mill Rd., 676-7137 
Climax, NC 27233 

Joseph Hampton, 6923 Wooden Rail Ln., 644-6422 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

J. Franklin Bowman, 3930 NC 150E, 656-7555 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Mark Talbert, Sr., 4806 Mountline Dr., 27409 664-0306 

Mike Stamper. 2606 McNight Mill Rd., 27405 358-8792 

Johnny Greeson, 4227 McConnell Rd., 27406 697-0291 

Todd Wyrick, 303 Myma Rd., 697-5487 
McLeans ville, NC 27301 

Chuck Williams, 2205 New Garden Rd-APT 141 1 286-0182 
27410 

Mickey Atkinson, 4028 Bluebonnet Dr., 27407 852-5015 

Gail Ledbetter, 4002 Oakcliffe Rd, 27406 674-3895 

Todd Nichols, 5406 Turner Smith Rd., 656-3760 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Summerfield FBC Mark Smith, PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Willomore Scott Kidd, 3695 HWY 42 S. 626-4898 
Asheboro, NC 27203 



Cornerstone 
Friendly Ave. 
Gate City 



Guilford 

Hunter Hills 

Lawndale 
Lindley Park 
Living Hope 

New Horizon 
Northside 
Parkway 
Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 

Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 
Rolling Roads 
Sedgefield 
Sharpe Road 

Sixteenth St. 

South Elm St. 
Southeast 
Stevens Mem. 



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PIEDMONT 
Minister of Recreation 



Camp Herman Donnie Chilton, 3115 Groomtown Rd, 27407 299-6268 

Clifton Road David Odom, 7705 Thomas Rd, 643-8656 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 

Greensboro FBC Janey Moore, 91 1 Cocoa Dr., 27406 379-8236 

Hunter Hills Barry Darnell, 4481 Barrow Rd., 299-1332 

High Point, NC 27407 

Immanuel Eric Bauer, 6107 Davis Mill Rd., 674-9538 

Randleman,NC 27317 

Lawndale Jimmy Jackson, 3505 Lawndaie Dr., 27408 288-3824 

Northside Virginia Bull, 5800 Cardinal Way, 27410 668-383 1 

Reedy Fork Rodney Fulk, 8 1 65 Spearman Rd, 656-5205 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Sumner Margie D. Coble, 4200 Sacramento Dr., 27407 299-5369 



PIEDMONT 
Music Director 



Buchanan 

Calvary 

Camp Herman 
Central 

Clifton Road 

Colfax 

College Park 

Cornerstone 

Daystar 

Eller Memorial 

Friendly Avenue 

Gate City 

Friendship 

Greensboro FBC 
Groom etown 
Good News 



Ronda Phillips 46 1 6 Old Burlington Rd., 62 1 -4485 
27405 

Craig Saunders 930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 

McLeansvilleNC 27301 
Lane LeVan 5507 Birch Ridge Rd., 27405 62 1-388 1 

Carolyn Williams PO Box 224, 643-5937 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 

Von Hohn 2700 Stonewick Crt., 454-8329 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Sharon Bullis 41 1 W. Mountain St., 996-1544 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

Monica Nix 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Jeff Colbert 3 107 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-4616 

None Listed 4094 US 220 N, 27410 545-8806 

Marsha Robbins 5512 Coraerstaff Dr., 27407 856-1117 

Rob Miller 810 Jefferson Rd., 27410 292-3567 

Joseph Hilliard 2003 Hunterwoods Dr., 812-2919 

High Point, NC 27265 

Rev. William McNeil 3202 Delmonte Dr., 852-0375 
27406 

DougVancil 820 Rollingwood Dr., 27410 851-5795 

Walter Yates 5204 Greybark Dr., 27406 674-948 1 

None Listed 2400 McConnell Rd, 2740 1 272-4009 

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Guilford 

Hillcrest 
Hispanic 
Hunter Hills 

Immanuel 

Jessup Grove 
Lankford Mem. 

Lawn dale 
Lindley Park 

Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 
New Hope 
New Horizon 



Faye Halvorsen 

Bonnie Murphy 
Sandra Duarte 
William Beck 

Allie Thompson 

William Slack 
Wanda Bullard 

Marion Boling 
Rosa Edwards 

Delores Blake 
Judy McLaughlin 
Pat Sims 
Esther Gray 



6 1 08 Lindley Woods Dr., 294-22 1 1 
27410 

5106 N Church St, 27455 545-9222 

28 19 Dulaire Rd., 27407 834-3230 

3210 Derby Circle, 299-1332 

High Point, NC 27265 

24 1 7 Four Seasons Blvd., 852-7655 

27407 

2505 Gracewood Dr., 27408 288-3533 

5305 Willow Ridge Dr., 644-6226 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

728 S. Chimney Rock Rd. 299-3819 

27409 

1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

5712 Bayleaf Ln., 27455 545-8215 

5404 McNairy Rd., 27455 282-0743 

52 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-0727 



Northside 

Parkway 
Pinecroft 

Pleasant Garden 
Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 
Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 

Rolling Roads 
Sedgefield 

Sharpe Road 
Sixteenth Street 



Bobby Lewis 

Myra Thrasher 
Cheryl Carver 

Paul Marth 
Joyce Wyrick 

Timothy Morse 
Fay Moore 

Jimmy Jones 

Monica Vaughan 
Gary Hill 

Bonnie Reynolds 
Chuck Williams 



South Elm Street Chad Queen 



Southeast 
Southside 



Bonnie O'Leary 
Vemon Holden, Jr, 



Stevens Memorial Bill Hefner 



152 Birch Creek Rd. 697-1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

2312 Revolan Dr., 27407 294-1881 

3302 Morning Dew Dr. 299-608 1 

27407 

6004 Deer Park Cir., 27455 288-8484 
6006 Monnett Rd., 698-9370 
Julian, NC 27283 

4415 Harvard Ave., 27407 294-4382 

1108LarkhillCrt., 621-1087 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

6670 Rayle Farm Crt., 685-9224 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

2632 Walker Ave., 27403 299-7909 

4008 Alamance Church Rd, 685-4645 

Liberty, NC 27298 

4901 Millpoint Rd., 27406 698-0068 

2205 New Garden Rd.- 286-0182 

APT 1411,27410 

19-D Meadowood Glen Way, 856-8668 
27409 

1 1 12 Ruayne, 27406 674-2775 
. 377 Heritage Cir., 828-632-6456 

Taylorsville, NC 28681 
710 Knox Rd., 697-8983 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
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Suramerfield FBC Ron Freeman PO Box 400, 643-6383 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Sumner Ginger Crotts 5802 Tysinger Dr., 27407 674-3561 

Willomore Randy Austin 6428 Liberty Rd., 685-0122 

Julian, NC 27283 

Woodlake Jo Vogler 409 E. Sheraton Park Rd., 674- 1 865 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 
Church Secretaries 



Brandt Oaks 
Buchanan 

Calvary 

Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 
Colfax 

Cornerstone 



College Park 
Day Star 

Eller Memorial 

Florida Street 

Friendly Avenue 



Friendship 
Gibsonville FBC 



Belva Setzer 
Jane Carter 

Judy Foust 

Jennifer Leonard 

Jo Ann Williard 

Brenda Hodge 
Karen Quick 

Cynthia Clark 

Jo Ann Hampton 

Kathy Kirstner 
Mary Lou Holoman 

Mary Lou Holoman 

Jeanette King 



307 Melbourne Rd., 27405 282-2683 

4907 Loris Dr., 674-2402 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

930 Knox Rd., 697-9634 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

5810 Summit Ave., 621-4202 
Brown Summit, NC 27214 

1839 Oak Ridge Rd., 643-3874 
Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

522 Cynthia Rd., 27406 674-1374 

1522 Old Greensboro Rd., 996-7777 
Kernersville, NC 27284 

7118 Hunting Brook Crt., 595-9847 
Walkertown, NC 27051 

6923 Wooden Rail Lane, 644-6422 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

1 60 1 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1 779 

7323 Strawberry Rd., 644-2760 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

7323 Strawberry Rd., 644-2760 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

498-4244 



Jane Byrd 
Barbara Milligan 

Lisa McLaughlin 
Carolyn Mark 
Molly Sparks 



Greensboro FBC Jo Covert 



102 Magnolia Dr., 
Randleman, NC 27317 

104 Manor Crt., 27403 294-0036 

122-G British Lake Dr. 286-0332 
27410 

3 1 1 Pendleton Dr., 27409 852-3653 

2401 New Orleans St.,27406 274-4732 

1 50 Painter Lakes Rd., 697-9 1 95 
Gibsonville, NC 27249 

21 15 Tippy Rd., 27406 292-1374 
91 



Groometown 
Guilford 
Hillcrest 
Hunter Hills 



Nancy Bentley 
LaDelle Kay 
Janice Cole 
Gloria Ray 



43 1 1 Halifex Rd., 27407 299-7706 
POBox 19821, 27419 218-8935 
4216 Bell Orchard Rd. 27455288-5807 

299-1332 



Immanuel 
Jessup Grove 

Lankford 
Lawndale 

Lindley Park 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 

New Hope 

Northeast 

Northside 
Parkway 



Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 



Pleasant Grove 
Rankin 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 
Rolling Roads 
Sedgefield 
Sharpe Road 



600 E Sheraton Park Rd., 
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 
4318 Halifax Rd., 27407 
2627-H Suffolk Ave., 
High Point, NC 27265 
2432 High Point Rd., 27403 
4724 Crestfield Rd., 
Summerfield, NC 27358 
4214 Northside Dr., 27405 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 
4010 Walker Ave., 27403 
1203 Magnolia St., 27401 
301 Old FarmLN, 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
1379 Lee's Chapel Rd. 5 
27455 

1601 Mt. Hope Church Rd. , 
McLeansville NC, 27301 
5800 Cardinal Way, 27410 
2602 Westmoreland Dr., 
27408 

1411 Benjamin PKWY, 
27408 

2321 Michelle LN, 27407 
6816CharaelLN, 
Climax, NC 27233 
4593 Scythe Rd., Julian, NC 
28283 

Mildred Cockerham 6546 Coltrarie Mill Rd., 
27406 

4 1 00 N. O'Henry BLVD #68 62 1 -26 1 1 
27405 

3604 Summit Ave., 27405 
4800 Yanceyviile Rd., 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 
Margaret Morgan 614 Creekridge Rd., 27406 



Trudy Eads 
April Home 

Sally Myers 
Mickey Stephens 

Renee McDaniel 
Gloria Walker 
Sue Farrar 
Sally Russico 
Linda Johnson 
Theresa Roberts 

Priscilla Mosley 

Linda Russell 

Virginia Bull 
Amber Boiling 

Hazel Martin 

Vicky Duncan 
Elsie Prevette 

Pamela Shuford 



Natalie Barber 

Wanda Harris 
Bartra lngold 



299-1332 
299-1332 

299-1751 
643-6647 

621-7349 
288-3824 
288-3824 
292-5761 
275-1349 
375-1700 

375-5282 

698-0561 

668-3831 
282-1640 

288-2710 

299-6081 
697-2906 



674-5455 



621-5225 
621-0596 



Terry Smith 
Frances Bryant 
Lisa Capps 



4209 Pineneedle Dr., 27405 
3301 Honeycutt Crt, 27407 
5 104 Field-Horney Rd., 
27406 

92 



275-2658 
37-3177 
852-2855 
676-4537 



South Elm Street Judy Fuqua 

Southside Glenda Spivey 

Betty White 

Stevens Memorial Juanita H. Cook 
Willomore Donna Shelton 



65 13 Monnett Rd., Climax 674-5768 
NC, 27233 

4307 River Rock PT., 27409 856-2961 

4 1 09 Summerglen Dr., 292-3 1 82 
27406 

PO Box 13102, 27415 621-6094 

4722 Randleman Rd., 27406 674-7767 



PIEDMONT 



Sunday School Directors 



Bethany 


Dan Francis 


6804 Breen Dr., 


685-4560 






Liberty, NC 27298 




Brandt Oaks 


Cindy Cheek 


341 1 Regents Park LN, 27455 


Buchanan 


Donald Phillips 


4616 Old Burlington Rd. 


621-4485 






27405 




Camp Herman 


Gary Sandy 


10-D Stadler PL, 27410 


315-9226 


Central 


Frank Yost 


6301 Lisa Dr., 


643-4583 






Oak Ridge, NC 27310 




Clifton Road 


Tod Walker 


4402 Innsbrook Circle, 


854-6062 






27410 




Colfax 


Jean Taylor 


906 N. Main St., 


996-3410 






Kernersville, NC 27284 




College Park 


Janette Wright 


1601 Walker Ave., 


273-1779 






27403 




Cornerstone 


Jeff Colbert 


3107 Lawndale Dr., 27408 


288-4616 


Day Star 


Ray Holoman 


7323 Strawberry Rd., 


644-2760 






Summerfield, NC 27358 




Eller Memorial 


Jim Kincaid 


3520 Cherry LN, 27405 


621-4933 


Friendly Avenue 


Doris Henderson 


5108 Hedrick St., 27410 


282-4215 


Friendship 


Carolyn Mark 


2401 New Orleans St., 27406 


274-4732 


Gate City 


Bruce &Debbie 


3775 Windstream Way 


812-8732 




Haymore 


Jamestown, NC 27282 




Gibsonville FBC 


Clarence Owen 


403 Whitesell St., 


449-6991 






Gibsonville, NC 27249 




Good News 


Phillip Cole 


8 Loney CIR, 27406 


275-9775 


Greensboro FBC 


Scott Culclasure 


3704 PinetopDr., 27410 


282-4204 


Groometown 


David Phelps 


3624 Akers CRT, 


434-1605 






High Point, NC 27263 




Guilford 


Frank Harmon 


9 Beechcroft CRT, 27407 


854-9851 


Hillcrest 


Gene Toler 


5925 Bush Rd., 


375-9474 



Browns Summit, NC 27214 
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Hunter Hills 

J id rn an tie 1 
Jessup Grove 
Lankford Mem. 
Lawndale 

Lindley Park 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 
New Hope 
New Horizon 

Northeast 

Northside 

Parkway 

Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 

Pleasant Grove 
Rankin 
Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 
Rolling Roads 

Sedgefield 

Sharpe Road 

Sixteenth Street 
South Elm Street 
Southeast 
Southside 

Stevens Memorial 
Summerfield FBC 

Sumner 

Willomore 



Jim Watson 

David Osborne 
James Purdy 
Mike Crowder 
Linda Lewis 

David Whittle 
Dot Garcia 
Lucy Lineberry 
Delbert Sims 
David Way 



2019 Sprucewood Dr., 299-1332 
27407 

4306 Whipporwili, 27407 299-9476 
2601 Shady Lawn Dr., 27408 288-85 15 



801 Bluefield Rd., 27455 643-5762 

3504 Crosstimbers Dr., 282-278 1 
27410 

1 14 Village LN, 27409 292-886 1 

1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

3802 Cameron Ave., 2740 1 273-8 128 

5404 McNairy Dr., 27455 282-0743 

9181 Racine Rd., 685-5055 
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Larry Hunter 4907 Longleaf Rd., 697-9471 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Bobby Lewis 1 52 Birch Creek Rd., 697- 1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Bobby Doss 1907 Forest Valley Dr., 288-3677 
27410 

Vicky Duncan 232 1 Michelle LN, 27407 299-608 1 

Earl Blackwell 4 1 07 Southeast School Rd., 674-6088 
27406 

Cecil Pollard 1910 Stanley Rd., 27407 299-3173 

Paul and Iris Roland 1314 Spry St., 27405 621-4483 

W. C. Allen, Jr. 4610 Yanceyville Rd., 621-1 141 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Mike Chandler 5 Cabot CRT, 27407 294-6437 

Sherri Davis 2113 Cheltenham BLVD, 854- 1 036 

27407 

Hugh Hutchins 2806 Shady Lawn Dr., 282-53 1 8 
27408 

Herb Lemons 5471 Donna Rd., 685-4737 

Julian. NC 27282 

Mike Stas 1404 Woodgreen Dr., 27405 621-5374 

Theresa Wall 1213 Guest St., 27405 62 1 -9203 

Debbie Brown 5138 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-5715 

Sterling Nicholson 103 Sagewood Rd., 454-3636 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Paul Mason 20 1 Twain Rd., 27405 62 1 -6727 

Earline Huffinan 4904 Rhondan Rd., 643-4491 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Tammy Elders 602 1 Applewyrick Rd., 62 1 -2072 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Jerry Jordan 1121 Kentmere Rd., 27406 674-8360 
94 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers (M) and Directors (D) of Preschool 



Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 

Cornerstone 

Eller Memorial 

Friendly Avenue 
Gate City 

Greensboro FBC 

Groometown 

Guilford 

Hillcrest 

Hunter Hills 



Immanuel 
Lawn dale 
Lindley Park 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 
New Horizon 

Pleasant Garden 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 

Rolling Roads 
Sharpe Road 

Southeast 



Nancy Bentley-D 
Jill Carter-M 

Diane Loy-D 



Vickie Williams-D 5756 Summit Ave., 375-4794 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Sandy Trocke-D 7902 Daltonshire, 644-08 1 8 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Donna Battaille-M 5698 Windyke Dr., 656-3829 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Judy Averitte-D 504 Muirs Chapel Rd., 852-5421 

27410 

Pauline Russell-D 1213 Homeland Ave., 272-3452 
27405 

Mildred White-D 5920 Ballinger Rd., 274 10 299-9266 

Kristi Ledbetter-D 5301 Grandover PKWY, 886-223 1 
27407 

Jennifer Adams-D 9906 Merrill Dr.,274 1 854-46 1 8 

43 1 1 Halifax Rd., 27407 299-7706 

1113 Maplewood Ave., 887-4859 
High Point, NC 27265 

3607 Old Battleground Ave. 288-6487 
27410 

Kenneth Hipsley-M 5978 Hickory Grove Rd., 299-1332 
27407 

Sharon Hipsley-D 5978 Hickory Grove Rd., 299- 1332 
27407 

Bonnie Payne-D 2006 Ontario St., 27403 299-5969 

Pat Griffin-M 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-2824 

June Rash-D 4307 MenJfro PL, 27409 668-0587 

Sarah Jaggers-D 1203 Magnolia St, 27401 275-1349 
Brenda Long-D 2227 Lynette Dr., 27403 

Lisa Shy-D 5402 Thacker Dairy Rd., 697-1635 

27406 

Trisha Jackson-D 7404 Rader CRT, 674-57 1 9 

Climax, NC 27233 

Leitha Williams-D 5830 Apple Wyrick Rd., 621-6661 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Wanda Suddreth-D 707 E Sheraton PK RD, 674-0594 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Marie Williams-D 3200 Fitzgerald PL, 27405 294-8822 

Jane Straughn-D 3507 Alamance Church Rd., 697-9279 

Julian, NC 27283 

Janice Triplett-D 24 1 6 Carlford Rd., 674-0797 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 



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South Elm Street Barbara McCarter-D 1275 Burnettes Chapel 674-65 1 9 

Road, 27406 674-6519 

Southside PamBrown-D 5334 Old Randleman Rd., 674-8543 

27406 

Stevens Memorial Ellen Hemer-D 710 Knox Rd., 697-8983 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Woodlake Beth Todd-D 1 103 Easton Rd., 27405 333-2440 

Phylis Sandlin-D 5506 E. Shore Dr., 27406 674-8 1 59 



PIEDMONT 
Ministers (M) and Directors (D) of Children 



Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 

Cornerstone 

Day Star 

Eller Memorial 

Friendly Avenue 
Gate City 

Gibsonville FBC Kim Millsaps-D 

Greensboro FBC 
Groometown 

Guilford 

Hillcrest 

Hunter Hills 

lmmanuel 

Lawndale 



Richard Nunn-D 7064 Kelly Colraine, 674- 1 025 

Randleman, NC 27317 

Peggy Stines-D 834 Ellisboro Rd. 3 548- 1 64 1 

Madison, NC 27025 

Donna Battaille-M 5698 Windyke Dr., 656-3829 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Susan Blankenship-D 5208 Nantucker Rd., 288-9862 
27455 

Jemmy Lea McSwain-D 5500 Deer Forest Dr., 674-3474 
27406 

Karen Newkirk-D 1605 Independence Rd., 288-8985 
27408 

Debra Perkinson-D 3703 O'Briant PL, 27410 668-7371 

Kristi Ledbetter-D 5301 Grandover PKWY, 886-223 1 
27407 

5 1 08 Northforest Dr., 375-60 1 1 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

Sandra Canipe-M 1814 Walker Ave., 27410 273-6491 

Linda Phelps-D 3624 Akers CRT, 434- 1 605 

High Point, NC 27263 

Tim Carter-M 1 1 13 Maplewood Ave., 887-4859 

High Point, NC 27265 

Janice Brown-D 1905 McKnight Mill Rd., 375-3622 
27405 

Kenneth Hipsley-M 5978 Hickory Grove Rd., 299-1332 
27407 

Kathy Johnson-D 900 Hickory Nut CRT, 6767-828 1 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

Pat Griffin-M 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

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Lindley Park 

Living Hope 

Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 
New Hope 

New Horizon 

Northside 

Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 
Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 

Rolling Roads 

Sedgefield 
Sharpe Road 

Southeast 

South Elm Street 
Southside 
Stevens Memorial 

Sumner 
Willomore 

Woodlake 



Barbara Gray-D 4300 Princeton Ave., 294-1 125 
27407 

Rod & Dawn Connor-D 1 16 McCollum Dr., 342-2886 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

Irene Stevens-D 1203 Magnolia St, 27401 275-1349 

Kim Dickerson-D 1907 Delwood Dr., 27408 286-9361 

Priscilla Mosley-D 1379 Lee's Chapel Rd, 375-5282 
27455 

Lisa Welker-D 5425 Wild Turkey Rd., 698-0107 

Whitsett, NC 27377 

Cindy Lewis-D 153 Birch Creek Rd., 697-1419 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Melinda Kington-D 2507 Roland Rd., 27407 299-6081 

Robert Doss-M 1815 Delmar Dr., 27406 273-2756 

Margie Gunter-D 74 1 Yanceyville Rd., 62 1 -9428 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Frankie Culbreth-D 3217 Edenwood Dr., 27406 274-071 1 
27406 

Barbara Moffitt-D 1562 Whitt-Hunt Rd., 674-9347 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 1 3 

Johnny Greeson-M 4227 McConnell Rd., 27406 697-0291 

Sheryl Bogue-D 7129 Shoe Rd., 449-7075 
Burlington, NC 27215 

3616 Southeast School Rd., 697-0849 
27406 

43 1 1 Britley CRT, 27406 697-7673 

2605 Burgundy Dr., 27407 299-0781 

PO Box 22, Julian, NC 622- 1 1 84 
27283 

Martha Taylor-D 6300 Quate Dr., 27406 674-9836 

Anita Armfield-D 5755 Johnston Crt, 685-9788 
Climax, NC 27233 

3603 Mosby Dr., 27407 855-8190 

4608 Rosemont Dr., 27406 674-3420 



Susan Moody-D 

Kristen Muse-M 
Jo Davidson-D 
Donna Woodal-D 



Patsy Bunn-D 
Annie Cooper-D 



PIEDMONT 

Media Library Director 

Calvary Wendy Ragan 53 1 4 Bosher Lake Rd., 697-7524 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Camp Herman Jennifer Leonard 5810 Summit Ave., 621-4202 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
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i^ouege i otk 


TxUlUCl i 11 UH1 ab 


Cornerstone 


Shirley Harbin 


Friendly Avenue 


Ruth Stroop 


Greensboro FBC 


Elizabeth Quails 


ijuiiiora 


oil en l jjaiTinarui 


riiiicrcSi 


JUUy J Cable 


Iliinf ~,- T-Ii 11c 

riunier runs 


ivay unaerwoou 


Immanuel 


Faye Willard 


Jessup Grove 


Earlene Anderson 


l~>a YVllUalC 


onciuct ruiicai 


Lindley Park 


Barbara Gray 


New Horizon 


Jane Sharpe 


Northside 


Teresa Ridge 


Parkway 


Marty Walden 


Pleasant Garden 


Carol Williams 


Pleasant Grove 


Faye Patille 


Rankin 


Debbie Pinkelton 


Rocky Knoll 


Donna Wisdom 


Sharpe Road 


Eleanor Wyrick 


Southeast 


Faye Shaffer 


Southside 


Bettv Walker 


Woodlake 


Annie Cooper 



1601 Walker Ave., 27403 

3327 Cardinal Ridge, 27410 605-0483 

5745-A Bramblegate Dr., 855-5 1 66 

27409 

5404 Emerald Springs CRT, 297-1813 
27407 

5 Spanish Oaks CRT, 27409 292-6371 

4614 US 29 North, 27405 621-1081 

1913 Alderwood Dr., 27407 299-1332 

2005 Random Dr., 27407 299-0895 

8429 Rumbley Rd., 643-4723 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 

4300 Princeton Ave., 27407 294- 1 125 

3876 Brookhollow Rd., 697-1327 

Whitsett, NC 27377 

5 104 Bosher Lake Dr., 697-8550 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

1 408 Quail Dr., 27408 282-9867 

3209 Benny Lineberry Rd., 685-0374 

Climax, NC 27233 

2805 Pinelake Dr., 27407 299-486 1 

4407 Webbing Mill Rd., 621-4712 
27405 

4118 Elmyra, 27407 294-7775 

303 Myrna Rd., 697-0069 

McLeansville NC 27301 

4616 Hale Rd., 674-6492 

Climax, NC 27233 

2208 Maybank St., 27403 299-6643 

4608 Rosemary Dr., 27406 674-3420 



PIEDMONT 
Discipleship Training Director 



Clifton Road Don Rumple 3002 Mornstar, 27406 834-0864 

Cornersstone DougJermyn 101 Fairidge CRT, 454-6754 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

Friendly Avenue Rev. Samuel Morris 2802 Manor House CRT, 299-6889 

27407 

Hillcrest Jimmy Lee 611 Kenneth Rd., 27455 288-3866 

Immanuel Tillie Rice 1 703 W Market St., 27403 379-9540 

98 



Lawndale 
New Horizon 
Parkway 

Pleasant Garden 
Rankin 
Reedy Fork 

Rolling Roads 

Southeast 
Sumner 



Keith Feather 3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
Rosemarie Williams 5608 Southstone Dr., 27406674-7378 
Randall Floyd 1411 Benjamin PKWY, 288-2710 
27408 

Marty Tobin 450 1 Whitby PL, 27406 676-0278 
Rev. John Jarman 109 Church View Dr., 27455 644-7234 
Joey Williams 302 Melbourne Rd., 275-705 1 

Browns Summit, 27214 
Craig Davis 2113 Cheltenham BLVD, 854-1036 

27407 

Gene Ledbetter 4002 Oakcliffe Rd., 27406 674-3 895 
Allen Winters 5325 Audrey Rd., 27406 292-2857 



PIEDMONT 
Brotherhood Director 



Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 

Colfax 

Cornerstone 
Gibsonville FBC 



Rocky Williams 

Carl Young 

Lamar Pittman 

Allen Bullis 

Ed Malone 
Charles Millsaps 



Greensboro FBC Bill Westphal 



Guilford 
Hillcrest 
Immanuel 
Jessup Grove 

Lankford 

Lawndale 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 

New Horizon 



John Overmier 
Billy Brown 
Ron Klutz 
Walter Hedrick, Jr 

Ron Fields 

Richard Clayton 
John Miller 
Randy Bettini 

Ron Poe 



5756 Summit Ave. 375-4794 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

3 1 24 Oak Ridge Rd., 643-4698 

Summerfleld, NC 27358 

1509-1A New Garden Rd., 834-8026 

27410 

4 1 1 W. Mountain St., 996- 1 544 

Kemersville NC 27284 

6 1 02 O'Briant CRT, 274 1 664-0704 

5108 Northforest Dr., 375-601 1 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

3507 Parkwood Dr.-APT B, 294-3805 

27403 

5603 Virgilwood Dr., 27409 851-0053 

2903 Orange St., 27405 62 1-008 1 

1 102 Pitt PL, 27408 852-9163 

. 8400RumbleyRd., 643-0412 

Summerfleld, NC 27358 

4005 Landerwood CRT, 954-3836 
27405 

1 Barrington Dr., 27408 288-3905 

1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

2830 Lees Chapel Rd., 621-4878 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 

3615 Castieton Rd, 27406 698-0127 



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"WrvrthciHf* 


Buddv Short 


roi iLWay 


XvUll iViC-^lCllCUI 


Pleasant Garden 


Marty Tobin 


Pleasant Grove 


Tom Justice 


IvCCUy FUIJi. 


A11f*n A/tfithiQ 
/Viicii lvxaiulo 


oiiorpe ivuaij 


A Hon Hall 
/vilUll nail 


South Elm Street 


Jim Flynt 


Southside 


George Gambill 


Stevens Memorial 


Tony Woodall 


Summerfield FBC 


Dexter Hill 


\SJ\ 1 1 r»m nrp 

VV 11IU1UU1 W 


T?anHv AncHn 


Woodlake 


Richard Vogler 



4907 Longleaf Rd., 697-9471 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

206 Lucas Park Dr., 27455 545-9233 

2302 CannonbaU Rd., 27455 282-0571 

4501 Whitby PL, 27406 676-0278 

8 Beechcroft CRT, 27407 292-594 1 

6604 Lismore Dr., 62 1 -741 1 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 

2401 Sharpe Rd., 27406 697-1514 

5200 Hayward Dr., 27406 856-0040 

50 12-A Tower Rd., 274 1 292-0283 

POBox22, 622-1184 
Julian, NC 27283 

8719 Warner Rd., 643-6457 
Kernersville NC 27284 

6428 Liberty Rd., 685-0122 
Julian, NC 27283 

41 1 E Sheraton Park Rd., 674-3990 
Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 



PIEDMONT 
WMU Director 



Bethany 
Buchanan 

Calvary 
Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 
Colfax 

Cornerstone 
Eller Memorial 
Friendly Avenue 
Friendship 
Greensboro FBC 
Groometown 
Guilford 
Hillcrest 
Hispanic 
Jessup Grove 



Lottie Dix, 4505 Bromley Rd., 27406 674-2504 

Ruth Lawhorae, 204 Buchanan Church Rd., 375-6865 
27405 

Ernestine Myers, 314 Murrayland Rd., 27405 375-3339 

Frankie Leonard, 5810 Summit Ave., 62 1 -4202 
Brown Summit, NC 27214 

Kay Kiser, 84 1 8 Haw River Rd., 643-5592 
Kernersville, NC 27284 

Jewel Rainey, 1402 Merritt Dr., 27407 299-2038 

Jean Shaver, 9157 Idol Cox Rd., 996-7268 
Colfex, NC 27235 

Dana Butler, 58 1 1 N. Church St., 27455 643- 1 576 

Sandra Phillips, 1209 Leaf Lane, 27405 621-2755 

Evelyn Hill, 212 Country Park Rd., 27455 288-4027 

Barbara McNeil, 3202 Delmonte Dr., 27406 852-0375 

Jolyn KeUey, 707 Pebble Dr., 27410 852-0221 

Linda Yates, 5204 Greybark Dr., 27406 674-948 1 

Kay Williams, 3662 Waterwheel Crt., 27409 834-9038 

Sue Brown, 2903 Orange St., 27405 62 1 -008 1 

Empy Perez, 4111 Olympia Dr., 27406 854-047 1 

Peggy Jessup, 6002 Firewood TR, 27410 668-2804 
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Lawn dale 
Lindley Park 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 
Northeast 

Northside 
Parkway 
Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 
Pleasant Grove 

Rankin 

Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 

Rolling Roads 
Sharpe Road 

Sixteenth Street 

South Elm Street 
Southeast 
Southside 
Stevens Memorial 
Summer field FBC 

Willomore 

Woodlake 



Ellen Jones, 1004 Honeysuckle Dr., 27408 282-4903 
Kathleen Renegar, 825 Edgemont Rd., 27406 379-8312 

Neva Sheets, 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

Audrey Hutchison, 730 Westland Dr., 274 1 292-6288 

Martha Hunter, 4907 Longleaf Rd, 697-9471 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

Brenda Stout, 2113 Hubbard St., 27405 274-9730 
Felicity Gordon,. 491 7 Shady Pine Dr., 27455 282-2364 

Melinda Kington, 2507 Roland Rd., 27407 299-608 1 

Debe Tobin, 450 1 Whitby PL, 27406 676-0278 

Lucy Bowman, 724 Creekridge RcL-Lot 52, 294-2564 
27407 

Brenda Rumley, 5108 Hicone Rd., 375-5731 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

Mrgie Guner, 4710 Yanceyville Rd., 621-9428 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Vernelle Hunt, 2103 Country View Dr., 

27406 274-9142 

Dawn Wyrick, 1816 Starlight Dr., 27407 292-4819 

Louise Purgason, 4900 Millpoint Rd., 27406 697-0669 

Helen Boone, 245 Rockwood Dr., 427-5807 
Stokesdale, NC 27357 

Nancy Dooley, 1701 Whitely PL, 27406 674-2581 

Linda Duffer, 4508 Eldorado Dr., 27406 674-691 1 

Berry Martin, 2420 W. Florida St., 27403 292-1210 

Ray Mason, 2010 Twain Rd., 27405 621-6727 

Fay Proulx, 816 Stanley Rd., 427-7175 
Stokesddale, NC 27357 

Judy McDuffie, 543 NC 62 East, 674-678 1 
Pleasant Garden, NC 273 1 3 

Brenda Cordero, 5439 Cascade Rd., 27406 674-7645 



PIEDMONT 
Chairman of Deacons 



Buchanan 
Clifton Road 
Colfax 

Cornerstone 



Charles Farthing 3911 Afton Rd., 274 1 



621-4485 



Taylor Sheppard 53 1 1 High Point Rd., 27407 855-8477 

Clay Cook 71 1 Lakedale Rd., 993-5572 

Colfax, NC 27235 

Carl Harbin 3327 Cardinal Ridge, 274 1 605-0483 
101 



Eller Memorial 


Billy Barham 


Friendly Avenue 


Rick Luck 


Friendship 


Jesse Scott 


Gate City 


Jeff Sims 


Gibsonville FBC 


Albert Ammons 


frrwvl Npwc 

vJl/V/U IiwVtJ 


Rirlcv T?if*h»rfi<if>n 


Greensbsoro FBC 


Mark Pegram 


Groometown 


Irvine Tucker 


Guilford 


Glenda Spivey 


Hillcrest 


Bo Bray 


Immanuel 


Garland Goode 


Jessup Grove 


Gary Barlow 


Lankford Mem. 


Steve Parker 


Lawndale 


Joe Jenkins 


Lindley Park 


Jack Almon 


Ma on nli a Strept 


Rav Blake 


New Bessemer 


Randy Bettini 


New Hone 


Delbert Sims 


Northeast 


Jimmy Russell 


Northside 


Bobby Matthews 


Parkway 


Tim Walden 




Rill PnrkrHl 

Dill l^Ul/ftlvil 


Pleasant Garden 

* 


Kenneth Duncan 


Pleasant Grove 


Jack Canter 


Rankin 


Al Brown 


Rockv Knoll 


Butch Culbreth 


Rolling Roads 


Roger Moffitt 


Sedgefield 


Jim Humhphrey 


Sharpe Road 


Willie Chambers 


Southeast 


Don Hooker 


South Elm Street 


Rodney Simpson 


Southside 


Arthur White 



1617 Heraldry LN, 27455 286-7294 
5407 White Blossom Dr., 643-71 15 
27410 

5 Jans CRT, 27405 62 1-0126 

4817 Adams Ridge Dr., 854=9195 
27407 

7150 Power Line Rd., 449-6429 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

2607 Darden Rd., 27406 299-55998 

401 Willow Spring CRT, 852-2148 

27410 

35 1 1 Iverness Dr., 27406 294-2385 
4307 River Rock Pt, 27409 856-2961 
1 1 12 Fourteenth St., 27405 288-4618 
3808 Frazier Rd., 27407 292-3936 
394 1 Lewiston Rd., 644- 1 852 

Summerfield, NC 27358 
4203 Fairside Dr., 27405 621-6733 
3505 Lawndale Dr., 27408 288-3824 
3 1 06 Collier Dr., 27403 299-8296 
1203 Magnolia St., 27401 274-1349 
2830 Lee's Chapel Rd., 621-4878 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 
5404 McNairy Dr., 27455 282-0743 
1601 Mt. Hope Ch. Rd., 698-0561 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
91 1 Chatfield Dr., 27410 852-2351 
1408 Quail Dr., 27408 282-9867 
4110 LaGrange Rd., 27406 299-6081 
3906 Stonebrook Farms 674-6966 
Rd., 27406 

2130 Bishop Rd., 27406 299-2205 

12 Brighton PL, 27410 282-8286 

3217 Edenwood Dr., 27406 274-071 1 

1562 Whitt-Hunt Rd.-Lot 7 694-9347 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

1703 Sparrow Dr., 674-91 15 

Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

3707 Edgewood Terrace, 697-8661 

27406 

45 1 1 Bromley Rd., 27406 674-6720 

410 Walser Rd., 27406 

4109 Summerglen Dr., 299-3182 

27406 

102 



Stevens Memorial Bill Heftier 710 Knox Rd., 697-8983 

McLeansville,NC 27301 

Summerfield FBC Howard Spoon PO Box 286, 643-4943 

Oak Ridge, NC 27310 

Sumner Allen Winters 5325 Audrey Rd, 27406 292-28577 

Willomore Ernest Jones 5312-Manson Rd., 697-9893 

Julian, NC 27283 

Woodlake William Szychowicz PO Box 133 370-4269 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 



PIEDMONT 
Church Treasurer 



Bethany 


Rosa Lee Rogers 


Buchanan 


Dianne West 


Calvary 


James Myers 


Camp Herman 


Margaret Crews 


Central 


Roger Howerton 


LrUuon Koaa 


Frances Brown 


Colfax 


Ruth Dowdy 


Cornerstone 


Tim Hayworth 


Day Star 


Randy Minix 


Eller Memorial 


Cynthia Ingram 


Florida Street 


Janice Holder 


Friendly Avenue 


John Simms 


Gibsonville FBC 


Peggy Litten 


Good News 


Mrk Alkins 


Greensboro FBC 


Kathryn Hewitt 


Groometown 


Linda Phelps 


Guilford 


Annie Long 


Hillcrest 


Carolyn Davis 



568 NC 62 East, 674-5213 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

308 S. Elam Ave., 27403 274-3874 

314 Murraylane Rd., 27405 375-3339 

7055 McLeansville Rd, 656-8473 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

2106 Oak Ridge Rd., 643-4755 

PO Box 462, Oak Ridge, NC 273 10 

5803 Scotland Rd., 27407 292-8508 

5901 W Market St., 27409 292-4338 

3810 Wildwood CRT, 841-7898 

High Point, NC 27265 

5502 White Blossom Dr., 643-6379 

27410 

10911 US 158, 342-7076 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

3403 Wilshire Dr., 27408 288-4839 

5812 Green Meadow Dr., 852-0323 

27410 

100 W. Main St., 449-7312 

Gibsonville, N C 27249 

6334 Riverhills Dr., 27410 668-4323 

1714 Noble PL, 27408 288-2224 

3624 Akers CRT, 434-1605 

High Point, NC 27263 

5619 Greenlee Dr., 27410 632-1690 

3539 Hines Chapel Rd., 621-3210 

McLeansville, NC 27302 



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Immanuel 


David Stevenson 


Jessup Grove 


ivucKey oiepnens 


Lankford Mem. 


Renee McDaniel 


Lawn dale 


Joe Jenkins 


Lindley Park 


Betty Powers 


Living Hope 


Rod Connor 


Magnolia Street 


Dolores Blake 


New Bessemer 


bob Melds 


New Hope 


Mary Christopher 


New Horizon 


Valerie Meador 


Northeast 


Douglas Maness 


Northside 


rat Uates 


Parkway 


J. Cameron Hunt 


Pinecroft 


Debbie Maffeo 


Pleasant Oarden 


T ..... , Ct.'ll 

Larry Still 


Pleasant Grove 


Herman Riding 


Rankin 


Josephine Straugh 


Reedy Fork 


Bartra Ingold, 


Rocky Knoll 


Linda Jones 


Rolling Roads 


Ricky Willets 


Sedgefield 


Pat Burns 


Sharpe Road 


Melinda Lewellyn 


Southeast 


Lonnie Baxley 


ooutn blm Street 


Kevin TiUey 


Southside 


Bob Anderson 


Stevens Mem. 


Ginger Southard 



7141 Aven Bury Cir., 993-9207 
Kernersville, NC 27284 

4724 Crestfield Rd., 643-66478 
Summerfield, NC 27358 

4214 Northside Dr., 27405 621-5377 

3505 Lawndale Dr., 288-3824 
27408 

2815 Sherwood St., 27403 292-4996 

1 1 6 McCollum Dr., 342-2886 
ReidsvilleNC 27320 

1203 Magnolia St., 275-1349 
27401 

5415 Hiddenbrook Dr., 375-1700 
McLeansville, NC 27301 

2938 Martha's PL, 27408 288-1499 

6612 Hockett Country LN, 685-9889 
Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

4522 Old Burlington Rd., 375-5278 
27405 

1405 Woodgreen Dr., 621-4097 
27405 

261 1 Stratford Dr., 27408 288-8154 

23 1 1 Pinecroft Rd., 27407 299-608 1 

5357 NC Highway 22, 674-04 12 
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

4202 Farlin Ave., 27407 294-3830 

an 3504 Yanceyviile St., 621-3282 
27405 

4800 Yanceyviile Rd., 621-0596 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 

6670 Rayle Farm Rd., 865-9224 
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

2702 York House Dr., 294-7639 
27407 

PO Box 956, 852-2855 
Jamestown, NC 27282 

3237-B Pine Brook LN, 697-1786 
27406 

4708 Edinborough Rd., 674-6538 
27406 

3624-3A Morris Farm Dr., 85 1-1998 
27409 

1004 Glendale Dr., 27406 230-1293 

3305 Martin Ave., 27405 621-4846 
104 



Summer field FBC Theressa Smith 

Sumner Debbie Clark 

Willomore Wand Howell 

Woodlake Peggy Sizemore 



640 Hedgecock Rd., 84 1-3355 

High Point, NC 27265 

2807 Kilbourne Dr., 27407 294-3364 

6834 Lawrence Farm LN, 676-1758 

Randleman,NC 27317 

4906 Yarmouth Dr., 27407 454-6068 



PIEDMONT 
Stewardship Chairman 



Brandt Oaks 


Judy Snyder 


Central 


Roger Howerton 


Clifton Road 


Ruth Smith 


Cornerstone 


James Handley 


Day Star 


Ray Holoman 


Eller Memorial 


Jim Kincaid 


Friendly Avenue 


David Jarman 




Jerry Dennison 


Friendship 


Jesse Scott 


Gibsonville FBC 


Dan Rice 


Good News 


Henry Strayhorn 


Guilford 


Sharon Duggins 


Hispanic 


Carlos Gonzalez 


Hunter Hills 


Mark Ogburn 


Immanuel 


Wayne Ouzts 


Jessup Grove 


Kimberly Brendle 


Lankford Mem. 


Rihard Flynn 


Lawn dale 


Bill Bailey 


Lindley Park 


Nita AJmon 



8004RockburyRd., 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

2106 Oak Ridge Rd., 643-4755 

PO Box 462, Oak Ridge NC 27310 

2521 Overbrook Dr., 288-3877 

27408 

4303 Quail Canyon CRT, 665-9080 
27410 

7323 Strawberry Rd., 644-2760 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

3520 Cherry LN, 27405 621-4933 

5410 Cedar Field Dr., 643-2073 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

7 1 6 Westland Dr., 274 1 299-3729 

5 Jans CRT, 27405 621-0126 

2966 Huffine Mill Rd., 375-5403 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

POBox 188, 697-1674 

Sedalia, NC 27342 

4800 Mountline Dr., 27409 668-0531 

806-C Ashbrook Dr., 854-3774 

27409 

301 1 Maple Branch Dr., 299-1332 

High Point, NC 27265 

3704 Woodburn Dr., 27406 230-1 149 

6979 Bethesda CRT, 644-9504 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

8101 Ivywood Rd., 27455 656-3079 

3402 Willow Grove CRT, 282-3270 

27410 

3 106 Collier Dr., 27403 299-8296 
105. 



IlVTT IJwJJwllIwI 


Shane Swaim 


7101 Windbreak Rd., 
McLeansville NC 27301 


656-7867 


New Horizon 


Rosemarie Williams 5608 Southstone Dr., 


685-9889 






27406 




Northside 


Bob Lewis 


5309 Millstream Rd., 
McLeansville NC 27301 


697-8685 


Parkwav 


Norri<5 Davis 


114 Cottonwood Dr., 
Jamestown, NC 27282 


454-4351 


Reedy Fork 


lwUvl t XUgVlIU 


6603 Lismore Dr., 


621-4363 






Browns Summit, NC 27214 


Sedgefield 


Lilian Shiflptt 

Olio till Olllliull 


4020 Deerfield St., 
High Point, C 27265 


812-3813 


Sharpe Road 


LJXJIXUlC VV yi IL/ft. 


303 Myrna Rd., 
McLeansville NC 27301 


697-0069 


Southeast 


Patricia Bennett 


4204 Stonehenge Rd., 
27406 


674-3111 


Southside 


B. T. Boone 


6522 Monnett Rd., 
Climax, NC 27233 


674-2770 


Summerfieid FBC Tommy Lawrence 


7924 Highfiil Rd., 


643-3523 






Summerfieid, NC 27358 




Willomore 


Patsy Skeen 


5332 Audrey Rd., 27406 


294-5226 



PIEDMONT 
Evangelism Council 



Clifton Road Steve Gallop 5813 Carriage LN, 27410 299-6419 

New Horizon Ron Poe 3615 Castleton Rd., 27406 698-0127 

Summerfieid FBC Roger Collis 9049 Cook Farm Rd., 643-2997 

Belews Creek, NC 27009 



PIEDMONT 
Mission Development Dir./Chrm. 



College Park 
Gibsonville FBC 

Guilford 

Lawndale 



Shirley Rush 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 273-1779 

Betty Welch 130 1 E. Joyner St, 449-4428 

Gibsonville, NC 27249 

Joann Dalton 6 1 05 Trotter Ridge Rd., 643-8743 

Summerfieid, NC 27358 

John Allen 7 Yardarm CRT, 27455 282-4034 
106 



New Bessemer Bill Summers 1303 Mt. Hope Church Rd., 697-0677 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Parkway Felicity Gordon 4917 Shady Pine Dr., 27455 282-2364 

Summerfield FBC John Hinshelwood PO Box 834 . 643-4489 

Stokesdale, NC 27357 



PIEDMONT 
Church Clerk 



Bethany 

Brandt Oaks 

Buchanan 

Calvary 

Camp Herman 

Central 

Clifton Road 
Colfax 

College Park 
Cornerstone 
Daystar 

Eller Memorial 
Florida Street 
Gibsonville FBC 

Good News 

Greensboro FBC 

Groometown 

Guilford 

Hillcrest 
Hispanic 



Cherry Fields 



Cindy Beck 



Jane Carter 



Sue Byrley 



Ruby Stoltz 

Polly Simpson 
Barbara Atkins 



PO Box 1693 
Liberty, NC 27298 
4804 Hickory Woods Dr., 
27410 

4907 Lori Dr., 
McLeansville, NC 27301 
2300 Mt. Hope Church Rd., 
Whitsett, NC 27377 
Jennifer Leonard 5810 Summit Ave., 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 
1911 Oak Ridge Rd., 
Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
624 Ashland Dr., 27403 
9041 Stack Rd., 
Colfax, NC 27235 
Kathy McDaniel 1601 Walker Ave., 27403 
Nikki Kober 3619 Cherry Hill Dr., 274 1 
Mary Lou Holoman 7323 Strawberry Rd., 

Summerfield, NC 27358 
Debbie Hornaday 5608 Wildberry Dr., 27409 
Ruth Thomas 3507 Briaroak CRT, 27410 
Barbara Somers 1179N. NC 87, 

Elon College, NC 27244 
6334 Riverhills Dr., 
27410 

3 Darkstone CRT RD, 27455 
4311HalifexRd., 27407 
5606 Buddingwood Dr., 
27409 

4614 US 29 North, 27405 
806-C Ashbrook Dr., 27407 



Leslie Alkins 

Hazel Fisher 
Nancy Bentley 
Rosemary Steed 

Judy Jessie 
Maria Gonales 



622-6978 

621-2248 

697-0528 

621-4202 

643-3681 

299-1386 
993-3047 



665-0770 
644-2760 

294-2064 
665-0448 
584-8898 

668-4323 

288-9626 
299-7706 
299-6983 

621-1081 
854-3774 



107 



Hunter Hills 
Jessup Grove 
Friendly Avenue 
Gate City 

Parkway 
Lindley Park 
Lawn dale 
Lankford Mem. 
Magnolia Street 
New Bessemer 
New Hope 
New Horizon 
Northeast 

Northside 

Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 

Pleasant Grove 
Reedy Fork 

Rocky Knoll 
Rolling Roads 
Sedgefleld 
Sharpe Road 
Southeast 
South Elm Street 
Southside 
Stevens Mem. 

Summerfield FBC 

Sumner 

Willomore 

Woodlake 



Bobbie Brown 5246 Sweetwater CRT, 27407 299-1332 

Brenda Lyman 4202 Piermont Dr., 27410 282-1184 

Doris Henderson 5108 Hedrick Dr., 27410 282-4215 

Lois Boland 3 123 Iron Gate Trail, 854-2800 

Jamestown, NC 27282 

James Howell 4202 Pheasant Run, 27455 288-7134 

June Rash 4307 Menfro PL, 27409 668-0587 

Wanda Newcomb 2623 Pewter PL, 27455 282-8309 

PatMcAdoo 1500 Lees Chapel Rd., 27405 621-0881 

Pat Allen 1203 Magnolia St., 27401 275-1349 

Louise Kellam 3804 Cameron Ave., 27401 272-6370 



Priscilla Mosley 
Mark Gray 



1379 Lee's Chapel Rd. s 27455 375-5282 



52 1 Liberty Rd., 27406 674-0727 

Suzanne Jenkins 47 1 Dicks Mill Rd., 62 1 -2 1 80 

McLeansville, NC 27301 

Betty Parrott 5506 Terrapin CRT, 954-2669 

Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Elizabeth Caffin 3 702 Hickory Hill, 274 1 299-608 1 

Beatrice Maness 6402 Manorhaven PL, 674-5667 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

Rebecca Patille 2805 Pinelake Dr., 27407 299-4861 

Bartra Ingold 4800 Yanceyville Rd., 62 1 -0596 

Browns Summit, N C 27214 

Louise Wagoner 341 W. Vandalia Rd., 27406 275-6006 

Raymond Wyrick 1816 Starlight Dr., 27407 292-48 1 9 

Shirley Alley 4333 Kimmeridge Dr., 27406 674-2349 

Helen Compton 4403 Ripley Rd., 27406 697-0492 

Richard Dymmel 440 1 Wild Oak LN, 27406 674-7564 

Rosalie Craine 1 049 Frontier LN, 27406 674-3 89 1 



Betty White 
Amy Nichols 



4109 Summerglen Dr., 27406 292-3182 



5406 Turner Smith RD, 656-3778 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 

Becky Gatewood PO Box 93 643-4959 

Summerfield, NC 27358 

Ethel Allen 444 1 Old Randleman RD, 852-9360 
27406 

Peggy Moorefield 1433 Burnetts Chapel Rd., 674-3536 
27406 

Tammy Key 5839 Chrismon Rd., 656-7888 
Browns Summit, NC 27214 



108 



PIEDMONT 
Prayer Ministry Coordinator 



Clifton Road 
Cornerstone 
Greensboro FBC 
Guilford 
Hunter Hills 
Friendly Avenue 
Parkway 
Lindley Park 
Lawndale 
New Bessemer 

Pinecroft 
Pleasant Garden 

Rankin 
Southeast 



South Elm Street Lawrence Clapp 



Southside 
Summerfield FBC 



Lucie Harris 4 Piper Glen CRT, 27406 294-6528 

Tim Judy 1605 Dedham CRT, 27407 852-5969 

Marie Jones 105 Woodbourne Rd., 27410 299-4130 
Grace Saunders 5614 Buddingwood Dr., 27409292-2523 

Michael Wolff 2410 Quaker Landing, 27455 299-1332 
Ivor Sexton 4400 Pheasant Run Dr., 27455 545-7633 
James May 141 1 Benjamin PKWY, 27408 288-2710 

Rex Gray 4300 Princeto Ave., 27407 294- 1 1 25 

Polly Dodson 3900 Burlington Rd., 27405 375-5395 

Joanne Bettini 1521 Countryside Dr., 621-4123 
27405 

Betty Blackwell 4227-A Edith LN, 27409 299-608 1 

Neal Hughes 1 532 Creekside Dr., 685-9346 

Randleman, NC 27317 

John Jordan 1 09 Church View Dr., 27455 644-7234 

Jane Simpson 4405 Williams Dairy Rd., 674-6842 

27406 

1 194 Legacy Fare Dr., 674-7783 
Pleasant Garden, NC 273 13 

Betty Martin 2420 W Florida St., 27403 292-1210 

Tracie Friddle 3819 Oak Ridge Rd., 27358 643-0468 
Summerfield, NC 27358 



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PIEDMONT BAPTIST 
ASSOCIATION 




2001 



PIEDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



107(h. ANNUAL SESSION 

November 1, 2001 
Calvary Baptist Church 

Annual Sermon Rev. Don Goforth 

Doctrinal Sermon Dr. Joe Giaritelli 



Date of the Next Meeting: May 2, 2002 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Annual Meeting 

Messengers 69 

Proceedings 2 

Program 1 

Associalional Directory 34 

Associational Staff. " 34 

Charts 116 

Church Directory 

Associate Pastors.. 85 

Brotherhood Directors 97 

Chairmen of Deacons 1 00 

Church Clerks 105 

Church Secretaries 91 

Discipleship Training Directors 97 

Evangelism Council 1 04 

Media Library Directors 96 

Ministers Available for Supply 81 

Ministers of Children 94 

Ministers of Education 87 

Ministers of Music 90 

Ministers of Preschool 95 

Ministers of Recreation 89 

Ministers of Youth 88 

Mission Developmental Dir./Chrm .104 

Mission Pastors 84 

Other Ordained Ministers 85 

Pastors 82 

Prayer Ministry Coordinators 106 

Stewardship Chairmen 103 

Sunday School Directors. 92 

Treasurers 101 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 98 

Constitution 21 

Executive Board Members 80a 

Historical Table 1 08 



Reports 

Brotherhood 50 

Budget 31 

Christian Life 50 

Committee on Committees 33 

Constitution Committee 37 

Credentials Committee 40 

Executive Board Report 13 

Financial Statement 29 

Historical Events 64 

Interim Director of Missions 43 

Missions Development 44 

Chaplaincy Ministry 48 

Crisis Center 44 

Disaster Relief Ministry 46 

Homeless Housing Ministry 44 

International Student Ministry 45 

New Churches 44 

Overnight Hospital Emergency Ministry 45 

Music 5 1 

Ordination Committee 41 

Our Beloved Dead 66 

Partnership Committee 41 

Personnel Committee 42 

Recreation Ministry 52 

Sunday School 54 

Seminary Extension 52 

Woman's Missionary Union 54 

Youth 56 

Reports of Agencies 

Office of Annuity 57 

Baptist Children's Homes ofNC 58 

NC Baptist Foundation, Inc 60 

Baptist Retirement Homes of NC, Inc 62 

Semi- Annual Meeting 

Messengers 74 

Proceedings 8 

Program 7 



We dedicate the 
Piedmont Baptist Association 
2001 Minutes 



As an Expression of our Love and Gratitude to 
Cdwin W. Vaughaa, M3. 




Dr. Vaughan has been a source of God's supply to the joint 
efforts of PBA churches in winning people to Christ. His 
personal example in Christ-like living and lifetime in the 
healing profession have given ample witness to his community 

of Jesus' care for all people. He advanced our local cause by 
providing a substantial piece of property to the Association. He 
advanced our regional purposes by contributing to the Baptist 
Foundation and serving on projects through the North Carolina 
Baptist Men. He advanced our international goals volunteering 
his medical services in other nations and traveling overseas 
even at the age of 90 years! We praise God and thank this 
eminent man for all he continues to mean to the Kingdom of 
Christ around the world and here at home. 



Piedmont Baptist Association 107 th Annual Meeting 
November 1,2001 
Calvary Baptist Church 

"On Mission Transforming Lives" 
9:15 a.m. Registration of Messengers 

Morning Session 

Call to Worship Ed Roberts, Moderator, Lawndale 

Constituting the Session Rev. Beauford Smith, Colfax 

Program Committee Rev. Dan Alderman, Jessup Grove 

"On Mission Partnership" Lisa Horton, Gate City 

Praise and Worship Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden 

Welcome, Scripture, Prayer Rev. Terry Larsen, Calvary 

Division of Administration 

Treasurer's Report/Adoption of Budget Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads 



9:30 



9:40 
9:45 

9:50 



10:25 

10:30 
10:40 
10:50 



11:50 



Committee on Committees 

Nominating Committee 

Credentials Committee 

DOM Status Report 

Praise and Worship 

"On Mission Transforming Lives' 

Jail Ministry 

Ethnic Ministry 
Scripture and Prayer 
Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 
Annual Sermon 



Rev. Terry Larsen, Calvary 
Rev. Larry Thompson, Immanuel 
Rev. Jay Bolejack, Central 
Ed Roberts, Moderator, Lawndale 
Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden 

Chuck Blinkhorn, Lawndale 
Broi Toploi, Rankin 
Dr. Ed Vaughan, Greensboro First 
Lisa Horton, Gate City 

Rev. Don Goforth 
Church Planter, NAMB Ontario Canada 



Lunch 

12:30 p.m. Dessert Reception for Don and Sharon Goforth 

Afternoon Session 

1 :00 p.m Praise and Worship 

"On Mission Transforming Lives": 
1 :05 Zambia 
1:10 Alaska 
1:15 South Africa 

1 :20 Hospital 
1 :25 Drug Recovery 

1 :30 Miscellaneous Business 

Resolutions 

Recognition of New Pastors and Staff, Interim PBA Personnel 

Constitution Committee Rev. Gerald Primm, Eller Memorial 

Acting Director of Missions Report Dr. Barry Nealy, pba 



Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden 

Alex McFarland, Pleasant Gardeii 
Kitty Steele, Guilford 
Tony McGrady, Lawndale 
David Haynes, Friendly Avenue 
Todd Walker, Clifton Road 



1:45 
1:55 
2:10 
2:25 
2:30 



3:30 



Installation of Officers 
Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 
Denominational Speaker 

Adjournment and Benedictiqt 



Dr. Barry Nealy, PBA 
Dr. Barry Nealy, PBA 

Dr. Dale Harlan 
Associate DOM Pilot Mountain Association 



Piedmont Baptist Association 
Proceedings 107 lh Annual Meeting 
"On Mission Transforming Lives" 
November 1, 2001 
Calvary Baptist Church 

Ed Roberts, member of Lawndale Church, called the meeting to order. 

Rev. Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Church, 
constituted the 107th Annual Meeting of the Piedmont Baptist Association. 

Rev. Paul Marth, associational music director and music director of 
Pleasant Garden Church, led in the hymn, "Since Jesus Came Into My Heart." 

The Program Committee report was given by Rev. Dan Alderman, 
pastor of Jessup Grove Church and chairman of the program committee. He 
moved that the program be approved as presented. It was seconded and 
approved. 

The Partnership Committee report was given by Lisa Horton, member 
of Gate city Church and chairperson of the committee. 

She gave a report on All Mission Partnership. She moved that the PBA 
enter into a three-year partnership with Sao Paulo, Brazil. The motion was 
seconded and approved. 

Rev. Terry Larsen, pastor of Calvary Church, welcomed everyone to 
their church for the PBA Annual Meeting. His scripture reading was Psalm 1 00. 
He then led in prayer. 

Monica Vaughan, associational treasurer and member of Rolling Roads 
Church, presented the treasurer's report. The motion was "seconded and 
approved. 

The proposed 2002 budget was presented and seconded. The budget 
was approved as presented. Rev. Terry Larsen presented the Committee on 
Committees report. He referred to the 2001 Book of Reports, page 21. He 
moved that Dr. Richard Byrd, pastor of Cornerstone Church, be added to the 
Personnel Committee; his term will be completed in 2004. The motion was 
seconded and approved. 

Rev. Larry Thompson, pastor of Immanuel Church, gave the Nominating 
Committee report. He referred to page 20 of the 2001 Book of Reports. He 
noted the positions that were vacant. The report was seconded and approved. 

Moderator Roberts appointed three people to the Nominating 
Committee: Gene Ledbetter, Southeast Church; John Mikles, Guilford Church; 
and Rev. Ralph Webb, Stevens Memorial Church. 

Rev. Jay Bolejack, interim pastor of Central Church, presented the 
Credentials Committee report. He presented three congregations that had 
requested to join the Piedmont Baptist Association: Rock Hill Church, The 
Hispanic Church, and Living Hope Community Church. Rev. Bolejack moved 
that these Churches be admitted under watchcare of the Piedmont Baptist 
Association for one year. The motion was seconded and approved. 



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Moderator Ed Roberts spoke briefly about the Director of Missions 
status. He stated the Executive Board would meet immediately after the Annual 
Meeting. 

Paul Marth gave the Music Committee report. He referred to page 30 
of the 2001 Book of Reports. He announced that in the new year, the committee 
had three major events planned: In March, the music workers appreciation 
banquet at Summerfield First Church; in May, the adult choir workshop at 
Summerf! eld First Church; in August, Friendly Avenue Church will host the 
children's choir workshop. Then he led in a hymn, "Why Do I Sing About 
Jesus." He asked everyone to fill out a music survey. 

Moderator Roberts asked Rev. Rodney Mitchell, pastor of Rocky Knoll 
Church, to speak on missions. Rev. Mitchell said they were looking for pastors 
to go to Canada. He said they needed more pastors to go on mission trips. 

Church Blinkhorn, member of Lawndale Church, spoke on the Jail 
Ministry. He told how he got into the prison ministry. At first, he didn't want 
to do this type of ministry but finally, he relented. After the first Bible study, he 
couldn't wait to go to prison to teach the Bible. He was asked by the PBA to go ( 
to the County Farm. He told how encouraging this ministry has become to him. 
He gave testimony of several experiences with inmates in prison. 

Broi Toploi, Rankin Church, spoke on the Ethnic Ministry. Broi is 
from Vietnam. He used Matthew 28 as a reason to go and do missions. He told 
how the Gospel came to the Vietnamese. He said there are about 800.000 
Vietnamese in America and approximately 400,000 are Christians. He said they 
needed help. Rev. John Jarman, pastor of Rankin Church, gave a report on 
the Montagnards who are living in America. 

Rev. Gerald Primm spoke about Rev. David Roberts who has returned 
to the Greensboro area. Rev. Primm recommended him to our churches. 

Ed Roberts spoke about the Brotherhood Banquet sponsored by the PBA 
and encouraged people to attend. 

Dr. Ed Vaughan, member of Greensboro First Church, read scripture 
and led in prayer. He gave a short testimony of his life. He said his life is 
committed to obey, rely, commit, believe. He quoted James 2: 1 9. He said that 
Luke 13:6 is another favorite verse. Dr. Vaughan said he was saved at age 
twelve but was about sixty years old when he was really saved. 

Lisa Horton introduced Rev. Don Goforth, the speaker for the annual 
sermon. She said Rev. Goforth grew up in Cleveland County. He and his wife, 
Sharon, are church planters with NAMB in Ontario, Canada. 

Special music was led by Craig Saunders and the Worship Team of 
Calvary Church. They sang two songs, "The River Is Here" and "Lord You Are 
So Precious To Me". 

Rev. Goforth and Sharon shared about their work in Ontario, Canada. 
Most people there are tolerant and liberal in the way they live. There are fifty 
churches in their association. Their work is in Kingston. 

Rev. Goforth 's scripture was from the book of Jonah, Chapter 1:1-3. 
His message was "Transformed, One Way To Another Way." Jonah was afraid 



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of what God would do if he went to preach in Nineveh. Johan's life was 
transformed several times. Jonah's life and many others were changed because 
they listened to God. People's lives will be transformed when they listen to God. 
Prayer is most important. 

Don and Sharon felt God calling them into full-time mission work 
when they went on a short mission trip to Argentina. Don concluded his 
message by using Jonah 4:11 to show the reason for missions. 

Moderator Roberts asked everyone to pray for Don and Sharon in their 
work in Canada. 

Rev. Terry Larsen gave instructions for lunch and led in prayer. 

After a delicious meal and dessert reception for Don and Sharon 
Goforth the afternoon session was begun. 

Paul Marth led in the hymn, "Love Lifted Me." 

The following people told of their experiences in doing mission work. 

Rev. Alex McFarland, evangelist and member of Pleasant Garden 
Church, shared about his mission trip to Zambia. He saw hundreds of people 
come to Christ. He said life in the bush is terrible, but the people responded to 
the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Many people ran in from the fields in order to hear 
the Gospel. One man walked a day and a half to hear the missionaries. Over 
2000 people were saved, mostly by one on one. 

Kitty Steele, member of Guilford Church, shared about her trip with 
Guilford Church to Alaska. They worked at two churches by cleaning and 
painting the church. Then they witnessed to the people. She encouraged 
everyone to go to Alaska. 

Tony McGrady, member of Lawndale Church, shared some of his 
experiences in South Africa. He said Barry Nealy asked him if he would like to 
go to Africa. He was there for a month and worked on repairs for two churches. 
He said he went to South Africa by the leading of the Holy Spirit and by making 
himself available. 

David Haynes, member of Friendly Avenue Church, shared about their 
"Cooler Mission Ministry" at Cone Hospital. He said this ministry was 
developed through Amy's, his wife, brother. They have been doing this for 
seventeen months and go three times a week. Through this ministry they are 
able to witness to people. 

Todd Walker, member of Clifton Road Church, shared about the Drug 
Recovery First-Step Ministry. He said he was a crack addict and drug dealer. 
His pastor shared about his own life and he was touched and convicted as a drug 
addict. Todd asked us to remember him when there is a need to witness to a 
drug addict. First-Step Ministry is witnessing to drug addicts. Todd said there 
are two ways to make a drug addict clean-Jesus Christ and accountability to 
God's word. 

The Moderator called for any miscellaneous business. 

Jimmy Sowers, Chairman of the Hispanic Steering Committee and Jim 
Watson, Chairman of the Hispanic Building Committee, made a request to 
Piedmont Baptist Association for an easement on other lots located in the area. 



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The lot assigned to the property cannot get septic system approval. The written 
request read as follows: We have a problem with soil conditions on the assigned 
property and cannot get septic system approval. We need to have easement 
authority on other lots located in the area. We are waiting on a soil scientist to 
locate usable property for this purpose. Very likely it will be an area a long the 
road frontage at the ball park. As soon as the scientist has located this area, we 
will need to plot on the survey map and record as part of the deed to property. 
We cannot proceed until this is resolved. 

We respectively request permission to proceed with this item of great 
importance to the Hispanic Church. 

Several questions were raised . A motion was seconded and approved 
with small opposition. 

Jim Fleet, member of Eller Memorial Church, spoke on a couple of 
issues. He made a suggestion the Piedmont Baptist Association consider doing 
the same thing that was done in Canada. Many young people went to Canada 
to work and witness. It would be good if the PBA could use these volunteers to 
help and witness to people in Guilford County and the surrounding area. He 
also asked us to keep in mind the lottery, which comes up every year. He said 
all Baptists should take a stand and let their legislators know that we don't want 
a lottery. The fact is that more money will leave the state than will stay. The 
lottery will open the door to the gambling industry in our state. 

Dr. Pat Cronin, pastor of Friendly Avenue Church, made an 
announcement concerning the Maximum Men Ministry. There will be a strategy 
meeting November 29, 2001 at Friendly Avenue Church. 

Larry Hunter, member of Northeast Church, gave the Seminary 
Extension report for Dr. Wilson Stewart. He referred to the report on page 30-3 1 
in the 2001 Book of Reports. 

There were no Resolutions presented. 

New pastors, staff and personnel were recognized. 

The Constitution Committee report was given by Rev. Gerald Primm. 
He referred to the Constitution Committee report on pages 22-24 of the 2001 
Book of Reports. The recommended constitution changes were passed at the last 
Executive Board Meeting and is being presented for final approval. 

Tom Smith, member of Greensboro First Church,. Made a motion that 
in Article 7, Section 1, the word "annual" not be removed. Rev. Roy Carter 
seconded the motion. After discussion the motion was withdrawn. There was 
a question regarding the definition of "quorum", Article 1, Section 1 of the By- 
Laws. Another question was raised on "what is a cooperating Baptist Church." 
A suggestion was made that the Credentials Committee consider the question of 
a cooperating church. 

There were several more questions concerning the constitution changes. 

Paul Marth made a motion to table Article 2 changes until the next 
meeting,. Jim Plyer seconded the motion. This motion was defeated. 

Rev. Mike Jones, pastor of Eller Memorial Church, made a motion to 



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amend Article 3. Original wording: The Association shall meet at least once per 
year. The annual meeting shall begin on the last Thursday of October, unless 
the Executive Board of the Association shall decide upon a different date for the 
meeting and notify each member church at least thirty (30) days in advance of 
the different date. 

Motion to change wording: The Association shall meet twice each year o the first 
Thursday of November and first Thursday of May unless the Executive 

Board etc. Amended Motion: The Association shall have two regular 

meetings each year: on the first Thursday of November (specified as the Annual 
Meeting) and the first Thursday of May (specified as the Sem i-annual Meeting) 
unless the Executive Board.. ..etc. The motion from the Constitution Committee 
passed unanimously with the amendment of Article 3. 

Dr, Barry Nealy, acting Director of Missions, gave his report. He said 
he felt that the work of the association is healthy and the work is going well. He 
said plenty of people need to be evangelized. 

Dr. Nealy asked the officers for the new year to come forward: 
Moderator, Rev. Terry Larsen; Vice Moderator, Rev. Randall Floyd; Clerk, Rev. 
Beauford Smith; Treasurer, Monica Vaughan. 

Dr. Nealy introduced the denominational speaker, Dr. Dale Harlan, 
associate Director of Missions Pilot Mountain Association. 

Special music was provided by Calvary Church male quartet who sang 
"Jesus Is Coming Soon" and "God Wants To Hear You Sing". 

Dr. Harlan's theme for his message was "Transforming Lives, Change 
the Package But Not the Content." His scripture was Isaiah 54:2-3 which 
illustrates how to make changes in church. When you enlarge the tent, you will 
reach out to people. Take church to the community and it will transform the 
community. Churches cannot go forward by looking back at the good old days. 
Many churches put God in a box and we need to let God out of the box. 
Churches need to reach out to people and transform their lives. He closed with 
Isaiah 58:1-12, "What are you going to do in transforming lives?" 

Moderator Ed Roberts said, "I give my farewell speech by 
adjournment." He thanked everyone for allowing him to serve as Moderator. 

Dr. Deryl Hoi li day dismissed with prayer. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Beauford R. Smith, Association Clerk 



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PI EDMONT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING 
May 3, 2001 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church 
"Churches Caring For Their Neighbors" 
Afternoon Session 

3:15 Registration 

3:30 Call To Order Ed Roberts, Moderator, Lawndale 

Welcome Dr. Patrick Cronin, Friendly Avenue 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Larry Patterson, Stevens Memorial 

Constituting the Session Rev. Reaufbrd Smith, Colfax 

Congregational Hymn Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden 

3:45 Committee Reports 

Program Rev. Dan Alderman, Jessnp Grove 

Christian Life Dee Willis, Lawndale 

Credentials Rev. Jny Bolejack, Calvary 

Constitution Rev. Gerald Primm, Gethsemane First 

4:05 Miscellaneous Business 
4:15 Focus on Children's Ministry 

JelTDoss, Pleasant Garden and Sandra Nail, Guilford 

4:30 Church Growth Through Special Events 

Rev. Michael Barrett, Pleasant Garden 
4:45 International Student Ministry Curry Murray, Immanuel 

5 .00 Inasmuch Dr. Lawrence Clapp, South Elm Street 

5:10 Congregational Hymn Paul Marth, Pleasant Garden 

5:15 Introduction of Speaker Rev. Keith Feather. Lawndale 

5:20 Doctrinal Sermon Dr. Joe Giaritelli, Lawndale 

"The Doctrine of the Fire Extinguisher" 
5:50 Prayer Rev. Jack Morris, Friendly Avenue 

6:00 Shubal Stearns Banquet 

Evening Session 

6:50 Call to Worship Ladies Ensemble, Friendly Avenue 

"A New Name Written Down In Glory", "Lord of AH" 
Congregational Hymn Rob Miller, Friendly Avenue 

7:20 Recognition of Volunteers Rev. Michael WoIlT, PBA 

7:30 Special Music Rob Miller, Friendly Avenue 

7:40 Crisis Ministry Rev. Michael Wolir, PBA 

7:50 Short-Term Missions- Worldchangers, Amanda Sicg, Gate City 

Nepal and India Marsha Judy, Cornerstone 
7: 1 Congregational Hymn Rob Miller, Friendly Avenue 

7: 1 5 Shubal Stearns Budget Promotion Dr. Barry Nealy, PBA 

7:40 Introduction of Speaker Rev. Allen Holmes. DayStar 

Special Music Michelle Griffey and Chris Gaynor 

Students of Southeastern Seminary 
7:45 Denominational Speaker "The Need of The Hour", Acts 4 Dr.AlvinReid 

Professor of Evangelism Southeastern Seminary 
8.15 Benediction and Adjournment Rev. Terry Larsen, Calvary 

Our Appreciation to Accompanists 
Phyllis Marth, rieosant Garden, and Connie Hastings, Friendly Avenue 



Piedmont Baptist Association 
Proceedings Semi-Annual Meeting 

May 3, 2001 
Friendly Avenue Baptist Church 

Dr. Patrick Cronin, pastor of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church, 
welcomed everyone to their church for the Semi-Annual Meeting. 

Moderator Ed Roberts, member of Lawndale Church, called the 
meeting to order. 

Rev. Larry Patterson, pastor of Stevens Memorial Baptist Church, read 
scripture from Luke 10:25-37. He led in prayer. 

Rev. Beauford Smith, associational clerk and pastor of Colfax Church, 
constituted the Semi-Annual Meeting. Rev.Paul Marth, minister of music 
Pleasant Garden Church, led the congregational hymn, "Great Is Thy 
Faithfulness". 

The Moderator called for a time of prayer. 

Moderator Roberts called for the committee reports. 

Program Committee: The report was given by Rev. Dan Alderman, 
pastor of Jessup Grove Church and chairman of the Program Committee. He 
moved that the program be approved as presented. It was seconded and 
approved. 

Christian Life Council: The report was given by Chairman Dee Willis, 
member of Lawndale Church. He referred to a handout pertaining to the 
proposed lottery for North Carolina. He encouraged everyoneio contact their 
legislators and encourage them to vote against a state lottery referendum. 

Credentials Committee: The report was given by Rev. Jay Bolejack, 
chairman and member of Calvary Church. Rev. Bolejack presented two items 
for information: 1) Rev. Luther H. Russell, pastor of Kingdom of God Embassy, 
is studying what it means to be a member of the Piedmont Baptist Association. 
The Committee has met with Pastor Russell and has found him to hold to 
Southern Baptist doctrine and worship. Dr. Barry Nealy and Rev. Bolejack have 
attended services at this church. It is expected that this church will make a 
request to join the Piedmont Baptist Association in the near future. 

2)The association office has been notified by letter that Sixteenth Street 
Baptist Church will change its name to North Pointe Fellowship on May 21, 
2001. 

Constitution Committee: The report was given by Rev. Gerald C. 
Primm, chairman and interim pastor of Gethsemane First Baptist Church. Rev. 
Primm said he has looked over our Constitution and found that the Committee 
was not, at present, in compliance with our Constitution. He stated that our 
present Constitution requires the Committee to be composed of at least five 
members. Only three members have been elected. Therefore, they could not 
meet to bring recommendations to this meeting. 

Rev. Primm stated that he had met with Dr. Nealy about this matter and 



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he had asked the Committee on Committees to bring forth a recommendation 
at this session for at least two additional members to be added to the Constitution 
Committee. This needs to be done so the Committee can bring forth 
recommendations of change in the Annual Meeting this fall. 

Dr. Pat Cronin, pastor of Friendly Avenue Church, asked if we could 
receive names for the Committee at this time. Moderator Ed Roberts called for 
nominations. Robert Hand, member of Friendly Avenue Church and Shannon 
Wyrick, member of Sixteenth Street Church, were nominated and seconded. 
These nominations were approved. 

Moderator Roberts called for Miscellaneous Business. Rev. Thomas 
Brown, pastor of Northside Church and chairman of the Director of Missions 
Search Committee, gave a report on the progress of their search. 

Dr. Barry Nealy interim director of missions, gave his report on 
associational work. He introduced Rev. Donald Trapp, member of Good News 
Church, who was not present at the time. He said that Rev. Trapp was working 
with a Nursing Home Ministry. 

Jeff Doss, member of Pleasant Garden Church, gave a report on their 
children's ministry. He dramatized the beautiful story of Jesus and the children, 
The disciples said send the children away, but Jesus said, "Let the children come 
to me." Jeff said we are to bless and help the children. He encouraged our 
churches to not forget the children and invest in them. He said there are 62,000 
children surrounding us in our communities. 

Sandra Nail, member of Guilford Church, gave a report on their 
children's ministry. In 1996 she felt God calling her to work with children. She 
gave her testimony of how God has directed her by quoting Proverbs 1 6:3. She 
gave a report on how they teach, train, and work with children. 

Rev. Michael Barrett, pastor of Pleasant Garden Church, gave his report 
on Church Growth Through Special Events. The International Mission Board 
had 6,500 new church starts. They had 5,000 baptisms on the mission field. 
This year they had 35,000 volunteers on the mission field. His scripture was 
from 1 Corinthians 9:19-22. He said to have church growth through special 
events, we need to meet people where they are. Rev. Barrett said prayer 
ministry, Bible study, and discipleship will help make a healthy church. 

He said their church had a weekend boot camp; a six hour Bible study. 
He explained how their members got involved with people outside the church, 
touching people through events, touching people where they are. The church is 
the people. 

Dr. Lawrence Clapp, pastor of South Elm Street Church, gave a report 
on their "Inasmuch" Ministry. He quoted from Matthew 25 :45b, "Inasmuch as 
ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me." Dr. Clapp told 
about a lady in his church who reached out to children in need. He said there 
were eleven churches in this ministry now. This ministry is reaching children 
in their material needs. They have fed children and provided clothes in several 
communities. They get families involved and witness to them and let them 
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Curry Murray, member of Immanuel Church and the International 
Student Team, gave the report on the International Student Ministry. 
Approximately two hundred fifty students, some were Americans, attended the 
Thanksgiving banquet on November 1 8 at Lawndale Church. Also twenty-five 
students went to the retreat at Caswell. Some of these students had not heard 
about Jesus. Since October, nine international students have accepted Christ and 
eight of those have been baptized. In addition, at least seven internationals as 
part of Immanuel Church's ministry have accepted Christ and four of those have 
been baptized. Curry told of how hard it is to witness to some international 
students. He shared the story of a Chinese student who went to the annual state 
International Student Conference at Ridgecrest. and eventually accepted Christ. 
She led her boyfriend to Christ and eventually her parents accepted Christ. 

Paul Marth led the congregation in singing two songs, "The Solid 
Rock" and "My Faith Hath Found A Resting Place." 

Rev. Keith Feather, associate pastor for education Lawndale Church, 
introduced Dr. Giaritelli, pastor of Lawndale Church, who would preach the 
Doctrinal Sermon. 

Rev. Feather said their Pastor was a friend as well as being their Pastor. 
He stated that Dr. Giaritelli was a Catholic who accepted Jesus Christ at age 
eighteen. He is an excellent Pastor to work for. 

Dr. Giaritelli's text was from Ephesians 6:15-16. He said as 
evangelicals, something is wrong. He spoke about the full armor of God and the 
fiery darts of the wicked. He said fiery darts are being fired at us. We need to 
put on a shield of faith in order to put out the fiery darts. He spoke of God's plan 
from John 17:15, "Show me how you live, I can tell what you believe." He gave 
Fiery Dart's of Excuses: 1 ) "We never done it that way before." But, we need to 
do more. 2) "Our church can't change." Reference from 1 Corinthians 9: 19-23 
(high light v:23). For the sake of the gospel, we can change. 3) 'We shouldn't 
do that, we might fail." Romans 8:35-37 is a response to "We might fail." We 
are conquerors through Jesus. Where is your church, where is your heart? 

Rev. Jack Morris, minister of education Friendly Avenue Church, gave 
instructions on the evening meal then led in prayer. 

Following the delicious banquet, the evening session began with a call 
to worship with the Ladies Ensemble from Friendly Avenue Church. 

Rev. Rob Miller, minister of music Friendly Avenue Church, led the 
congregational hymn, "Saved, Saved." 

Rev. Michael Wolff, PBA church community ministries coordinator 
PBA staff, recognized all volunteers and their work for the PBA. 

Moderator Ed Roberts recognized Monica Vaughan, music director 
Rolling Roads Church and treasurer for PBA. Monica presented pictures of all 
Directors of Missions for Piedmont Baptist Association. She gave a brief 
description of them and their tenure-Rev. T. L. Sasser, 1943-1957; Rev. W. A. 
Duncan, 1959-1976; Rev. Manuel Cunnup, 1978-1987; Dr. Dennis Blackmon, 
1988-2001. 

Special music was presented by the Ladies Ensemble, Friendly Avenue 



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Church, "Lord of All". 

The Crisis Ministry report was given by Rev. Michael Wolff. He 
presented a description of the Crisis Ministry work. He stated this ministry 
provides food and clothing but is a short-time solution. The Center averages 
about fifty people per month who need help, He said they needed more 
volunteers and they will be open in the evening soon. He said the Walker 
Avenue apartments are to help international refugees. They recently renovated 
two of the four apartments. The Hospital Ministry helps families from out-of- 
town who have a family member in the hospital by providing a place to stay in 
a local motel for several days. The Living Hope Ministry helps young women 
caught in a life of poverty by training them in work skills. 

All the ministries of the PBA require volunteers. 

Amanda Sieg, member of Gate City Church and a high school senior, 
gave a report on her mission trip to Baltimore, Maryland, for "Worldchangers." 
They help repair houses for people who cannot help themselves. She said when 
people see people love, it makes a difference. After one week of painting a 
man's house, he accepted Jesus Christ as Saviour. 

Marsha Judy, member of Cornerstone Church, told of her mission trip 
with her husband and ten other couples to Nepal and India. She conducted 
women's conferences while there. They were told if someone gets caught 
sharing Jesus it would be a two year prison sentence and to baptize someone it 
would be a six year prison sentence. There are very few confessing Christians 
in these countries. 

Moderator Roberts encouraged people to participate in short-term 
missions. 

The congregational hymn was led by Rob Miller, Friendly Avenue 
Church, "Shine, Jesus Shine." 

Dr. Barry Nealy, interim director of missions, gave the budget report. 
He said that what makes this Association go and grow is reaching out to the 
world. We have a challenge for every church and every group. 

The Shubal Stearns Offering is not only about our offering, but also it 
is about our theme; "Churches Caring For Their Neighbors." 

Introduction of the speaker was made by Rev. Allen Holmes, pastor of 
Day Star Baptist Church. He told of Dr. Alvin Reid's work as a professor of 
Evangelism at Southeastern Seminary and he was a soul winner. 

Special music was presented by Michelle Griffey accompanied by Chris 
Gaynor, students of Southeastern Seminary. 

Dr. Alvin Reid's message was "The Need of The Hour"; Scripture, Acts 

4:8-13. 

He stated we have lost the sense for lost people and there are three 
things in the scripture we want to look at: 

1) Their boldness was apparent (v: 13). In five minutes people can find 
out three things about you : 1 : They can tell if you care about them . 2: They can 
tell if the hand of God is on you. 3: They can tell if you believe what you talk 
about. He said a good example of these things is how we act in restaurants: 



1 : How much we tip 2: How we act (complain) 3 : How bold we are (witnessing). 

2) Their lives were apparent. Lost people can see through us if we are 
not real. Too many people have gotten over meeting Jesus. 

3) Their focus was significant. Their focus had meaning and influence. 
Dr. Reid closed his message with prayer. 

New pastors and staff were recognized at this time. 
Rev. Terry Larsen, pastor of Calvary Church, adjourned the meeting 
with prayer. 

Respectively Submitted, 
Beauford R. Smith, Clerk 

37 Churches Represented 
2 Missions 
26 Pastors 
12 Visitors 
125 Messengers 
163 Total Attendance 



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Piedmont Baptist Association 
Executive Board Minutes 

February 19, 2001 

The Executive Board of the Piedmont Baptist Association met at Rocky 
Knoll Baptist Church, February 10, 2001. 

Rev. Rodney Mitchell, host pastor, welcomed everyone and expressed 
his appreciation for the delicious meal we had enjoyed. He quoted Jeremiah 
32:27, "Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh, is there anything too hard for 
me?" 

The Moderator, Ed Roberts, asked those present to read the minutes and 
then asked if there were no corrections that they be approved. 

The Treasurer, Monica Vaughan, presented the finance report, She 
committed that the churches had given a total of $373,233.73 for the year 2000. 
She expressed her appreciation for their support and stated that the work of the 
Association could not have been carried out without their support. The finance 
report was accepted as printed. 

Jim Watson, member of Hunter Hills Baptist Church and the Hispanic 
Building Committee, presented the Hispanic Building Committee report. He 
stated the two acres of the Piedmont Baptist Association property had been set 
aside for the site. A lot of preliminary work has been done- the topographical 
map, the sewer system, and work on the final drawing is being done by 
Alamance Consulting Engineers, Kevin Bengel. The metal building will be 50 
x 1 00 x 1 2. Many volunteers will be needed, primarily to finish the inside of the 
building. The Hispanic Church would like to complete the building for 
$200,000. Several major expenses are being obtained at cost. Many sub- 
contractors will be used for grading the foundation, erecting the building, interior 
framing, and sheet rock. 

Barry Nealy, Associate Director of Missions, shared the cooperative 
agreement requested for Baptist State Convention funding for 2002. The Baptist 
State Convention will continue to fund the International Student Ministry, the 
Church and Communities Ministries Director, and the Chaplaincy Program. 
They are being asked to fund five projects which will begin shortly in areas that 
PBA leaders have found a need-a Southern Baptist Church, several language 
projects for Vietnamese, Korean, Hispanic and Rankin Hispanic Church. The 
Hispanic work and Korean work are projects now underway and the other two 
are future projects. 

Monies will only be given by the Baptist State Convention as these 
projects are begun. In order to efficiently plan for funds to be available they 
must be recommended now. This report was approved. 

Dennis Blackmon, Director of Missions, stated that thirteen years ago 
when he came to Greensboro, he felt he would be here until he retired. But 
during the past two years, the Lord had shown him he should return to the 
mission field in Brazil. He therefore tendered his resignation to become effective 



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February 28'\ He stated he would be going to Sao Paulo Brazil in a different 
capacity than previously held, but in acity oftwentymillion people with only one 
church per 50,000 miles the need for laborers was tremendous. He requested the 
need for 5,000 prayer warriors from the PBA as they stepped out on faith to help 
reap the harvest in Sao Paulo. 

He expressed his great appreciation and love for the support given to 
him and the work of the PBA and asked that everyone continue to support the 
staff and leaders of the Association in the days ahead. 

A motion was made by Rev. Michael Barrett, Pleasant Garden Baptist 
Church, that we regretfully accept the resignation of Dr. Blackmon and we pray 
God's special blessing on him as he leaves us. The motion was seconded and 
approved. 

Ed Roberts stated that a commissioning service and reception for Dennis 
and Alita would be held at Hunter Hills Baptist Church on April 1 si. nt 3:00 p.m. 
He asked Rev. Barrett to lead in a prayer of dedication for the Blackmons. 

Rev. Terry Larsen, Calvary Baptist Church and vice moderator, then 
presented the names of those asked to serve on the Search Comm ittee-Moderator, 
Ed Roberts, Lawndale Baptist Church; past Moderators- Rev. Thomas Brown, 
Northside Baptist Church and Jay Love, Cornerstone Baptist Church ; Association 
WMU Director, Anne Williams, Friendly Avenue Baptist Church; Association 
Treasurer, Monica Vaughan, Rolling Roads Baptist Church; Rev. Michael 
Barrett, Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. An amendment was made that 
nominations be opened to the floor. For lack of a second, this died and the 
Search Committee was approved as presented. 

Rev. Mark Gray, chairman of the Personnel Committee, recommended 
that Dr. Barry Nealy serve as interim Director of Missions during the search for 
a Director of Missions. This motion was approved. 

Under miscellaneous business, Dennis Blackmon requested prayer for 
Barry and the entire staff. He thanked the staff for working with him during this 
transition period. 

Friendly Avenue Baptist Church asked that they be allowed to host the 
Semi- Annual Meeting in May. 

The meeting was adjourned by Dr. Wilson Stewart, Northeast Baptist 

Church. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Lucille Grubbs, Assistant Clerk 

August 20, 2001 

The Executive Board of the Piedmont Baptist Association met August 
20, 2001 at Northside Baptist Church at 12:00. 

The Executive Board of the Piedmont Baptist Association met at 
Northside Baptist Church August 20,2001, at 12:00. After a delicious meal, 
Moderator Ed Roberts member of Lawndale Baptist Church, called the meeting 
to order. 

Rev. Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Baptist Church, read scripture 



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and led in prayer. 

Moderator Roberts called on Rev. Beauford Smith, association clerk and pastor 
of Colfax Baptist Church, to present the minutes for approval. 

He asked everyone to review the minutes of May 3, 1001 for the Semi- 
Annual Meeting and the Executive Board Minutes of February 19, 2001 . There 
were no questions and the minutes were approved as presented. 

Moderator Roberts called on Monica Vaughan, member of Rolling 
Roads Baptist Church and association treasurer to give the financial report and 
proposed 2002 budget. She stated that the Finances were in good condition as of 
the July report. The financial report was seconded and approved. 

She then gave the report on the proposed 2002 budget. First she stated 
that the proposed Shubal Stearns Missions Budget was set at $30,000 and gave 
a breakdown from the printed 2001-2002 mission budget. There were a few 
questions and Rev. Gerald Primm, interim pastor of Gethsemane First Baptist 
Church, spoke in support of the missions budget. It was approved as presented. 

Secondly, Monica presented the 2002 budget proposal. She stated that 
there was a 6.5% increase given from PBA churches. This was compared to the 
past budget. The Committee proposed a 3.0% salary increase for the new budget. 
The 2002 budget proposal was approved and will be presented at the Annual 
Meeting in November for final approval. 

Bobby Matthews, member of Northside Baptist Church, presented the 
Committee on Committees report. He presented two people to be added to this 
committee: Rev. Gerald Stump, Pinecroft Baptist Church, to serve on the 
Partnership Missions Committee and Rev. Rodney Mitchell, Rocky Knoll Baptist 
Church, to serve on the Program Committee. This was seconded and approved. 

Lisa Horton, member of Gate City Baptist Church and acting 
chairperson of the Partnership Committee, gave the Partnership Committee 
report. She stated that this year, we have partnered with Honduras, South Africa, 
New Hampshire and Alaska. The New Hampshire and South Africa Mission 
work will be completed after a three year partnership., A new three year 
partnership with Canada was presented and approved. This work will begin this 
year. 

Dr. Barry Nealy, interim Director of Missions, gave a report on mission 
work through the partnership. 

Dr. Pat Cronin stated that Friendly Avenue Baptist Church would be 
sponsoring the "Maximum Men's Conference'-, March 1-2, 2002. 

The Constitution Committee report was given by Rev. Gerald Primm, 
chairman. He said the Committee had examined the documents of the 
Association and had agreed unanimously to recommend changes to the 
Constitution and By-Laws. The following changes were presented: 

ARTICLE 1 
NAME AND PURPOSE 
Section I . The name of the Association is PIEDMONT BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION, INC. 
Section 2. The purpose of the Association is to proclaim the Gospel of 



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Jesus Christ by developing and promoting programs to assist 
the effectiveness of the churches in their mission in 
cooperation with the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 
ARTICLE 1 1 
QUALIFICATION OF MEMBER CHURCHES 
Section 1 . A church admitted to membership in this Association shall be 

a Church which shall cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention, be 
recommended by the Credentials Committee and whose membership shall consist 
of believers baptized by immersion only. Changed to read: "A church 
admitted to membership in this Association shall be a church which shall 
cooperate with the purpose of the Association as stated in Article I, be 
recom m en ded by t h e Creden t i a I s Com m i t tee an d wh ose m em bersh ip shall con s i si 
of believers baptized by Immersion only." 

Section 2. Unless it shall be a member of this Association upon the date 

of adoption of this Constitution, a Church to be admitted as a member of this 
Association shall apply for membership by submitting a statement over the 
signature of its pastor and clerk that the Church intends to cooperate with the 
Southern Baptist Convention and the Association and that its members have been 
baptized by immersion only. The Credentials Committee shall use as its basic 
guide in examining the Church the "Baptist Faith and Message" as adopted by 
the Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963 . Upon recommendation by the 
Credentials Committee of the Association and upon a vote of at least two-thirds 
of the messengers voting at a meeting of the Association, a church, or mission 
shall be admitted under the watchcare of the Association. The church or mission 
may after one year, if recommended by the Credentials Committee, be received 
into the full fellowship of the Association. Change first sentence to: "A church 
shall apply for membership by submitting a statement over the signature of its 
pastor and clerk that it intends to cooperate with the Association and that its 
members have been baptized by Immersion only." 

In the second sentence: STRIKE the phrase: "On May 9, 1963" 
ARTICLE III 
MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION 
Section 1 . The Association shall meet at least once per year. The annual 

meeting shall begin on the last Thursday of October, unless the Executive Board 
of the Association shall decide upon a different date for the meeting and notify 
each member church at least thirty (30 ) days in advance of the different date. 
Changed to Read: "The Association shall meet twice each year on the first 
Thursday of November and first Thursday of May unless the Executive 
Board.. .etc." 

Section 2. Special meetings of the Association may be convened by the 

Moderator if the Executive Board shall give prior approval and written notice 
shall be given to the member churches at least ten days prior to the special 
meeting. 

Section 3. The representation ofthe member churches at annual or special 



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meetings of the Association shall be by messengers. Each member church shall 
be entitled to send to a meeting of the Association as messengers, the pastor, one 
(1) additional staff member and not less than six (6) of its other members. Each 
church shall be entitled to one (1) additional member for each 200 members of 
that church above 300 members. Churches are encouraged to send as many of 
their Executive Board representatives as possible to serve as messengers. Strike: 
"not less than" 

ARTICLE V 
THE EXECUTIVE BOARD. 
Section 2. The Executive Board shall meet at least four times a year or in 

special meeting called by the Moderator upon at least seven days prior notice 
to each of its members. Changed to read: "The Executive Board shall meet at 
least twice each year or in special meeting called by the Moderator upon at least 
ten days prior notice to each of its members." 

ARTICLE VI 
LEGAL TITLE TO PROPERTY 
Recognizing that the Piedmont Baptist Association is incorporated, and 
that by law the corporation holds title to its property and further recognizing that 
by law all corporations are required to have officers designated as President, Vice 
President, Secretary and Treasurer, the following officers as set forth in Article 
IV of the Constitution are to serve as officers of the Corporation in the following 
capacities: 

Moderator - President 

Vice Moderator - Vice President 

Clerk - Secretary 

Treasurer - Treasurer 
The signatures of the Moderator and Clerk, acting as President and 
Secretary of the Corporation, shall be required as the means to affect the transfer 
of property owned by the Corporation. The Association shall authorize any 
transfer of real property. Should action of trustees be legally required for any 
reason in the future, the Moderator and Clerk are hereby designated as trustees. 
Replace the second paragraph which begins "The signatures of the 
Moderator.... " with: "Transfer of property shall be authorized by either the 
Association in plenary session or the Executive Board and executed under the 
signatures of both Moderator and Clerk acting as President and Secretary of the 
corporation." 

ARTICLE VII 
AMENDMENTS 

Section 1 . This constitution may be amended by at least two-thirds vote 

of the messengers at any annual meeting of the Association, provided that such 
proposed amendment shall have been distributed in writing to the churches not 
less than twenty (20) days before the convening of the annual meeting and the 
proposed amendment is read to the Executive Board as information in its meeting 
prior to the annual meeting. STRIKE : "annual" and replace with "regular" 



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BY-LAWS 

The Committee examined By-Laws and approved the following changes: 

ARTICLE 1 
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 
Section 1. Ultimate authority of the Association shall reside in the 

Association duly assembled by majority vote of the duly elected messengers at 
such meeting, provided that a quorum shall be present and voting. A quorum 
shall be at least one (1) messenger from at least 25% of the then member 
churches. Define QUORUM : "A quorum shall be a number of messengers equal 
to the number of member churches with at least 35% of the churches 
represented." 

Section 7. The Committee on Committees shall be composed of at least 

five members appointed by the Moderator and approved by the messengers 
attending the last session of the Annual Meeting. It shall be responsible for 
submitting nominations of persons to serve on the administrative committees of 
the Association set forth in Article II of this Constitution. STRIKE: "the last 
session of and "administrative" 

REPLACE: "this Constitution" with "the Bylaws." 
The Constitution Committee also suggested that the new Director of 
Missions meet with the Constitution Committee to consider other changes in the 
near future. 

Rev. Primm brought this as a motion which was seconded and approved. 

New Business: The WMU report was given by Anne Williams, member 
of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church and association WMU Director. She stated 
(he WMU is in the process of raising money to build an infirmary at Mundo 
Vista. The estimate for building this project is $150,000. At present, $47,000 
has been raised. She said the need for the infirmary is due to many female 
youths using the facilities at Mundo Vista. Their plans are to construct this 
facility with volunteer labor which will reduce the construction cost. She also 
stated that Dr. Pat Cronin will head up this project. 

This report was seconded and approved. Rev. Roy Carter, pastor of 
Camp Herman Baptist Church, said he would volunteer his disaster recovery 
equipment and group to help in this project. October 28, 2001 is the day set for 
our churches to emphasize the Mundo Vista Project. 

The Seminary Extension report was given by Dr. Wilson Stewart, pastor 
of Northeast Baptist Church. He said the next seminary course will begin 
September 1 I th at Jessup Grove Baptist Church. He welcomed people to enroll 
in this class. 

The Director Of Missions Search Committee report was given by Rev. 
Thomas Brown, pastor of Northside Church and chairman of the committee. 

He asked us to pray for John Gregory, his youth minister, who has 
cancer. Then he gave the Committee's report on their search for a Director of 
Missions. He stated that the Committee was at an impasse. The Search 
Committee recommended that a new committee be elected. 

Several questions were asked in regards to protocol. Someone called for 



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the question. 

Dr. Pat Cronin recommended that we regretfully accept the resignation 
of the Search Committee. This was seconded and approved. 

Dr. Cronin made a motion that the vice moderator, Rev. Terry Larsen, 
appoint a new DOM Search Committee of seven people and bring the selection 
to the next scheduled meeting; or, if necessary, a called meeting for approval of 
the selection. The motion was seconded and approved. 

Rev. Jim Fleet, member of Eller Memorial Baptist Church, said he 
would like to see a balance between pastors and lay people on the search 
committee. He also said he would like to see a study on the stem cell. He then 
encouraged members of the PBA to contact their state representatives and ask 
them to vote against approval of a state lottery. 

The international Student Ministries report was given by Audrey 
Womack, the ministries coordinator. She said there were 1,200 new 
international students on our campuses. Families are needed to mentor these 
students. They have had twenty-five students to accept Jesus Christ as their 
Saviour this year. 

Someone asked about the book, "The Prayer of Jabez". There was a 
short discussion on this subject. There are only two scripture references to Jabez; 
1 Chronicles 2:55 and 4:9-10. 

The meeting was dismissed with prayer. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Beauford Smith, Association Clerk 

Called Meeting, November 1, 2001 

A called meeting of the Executive Board was held on November 1, 
2001 following the Annual Meeting. 

Rev. Terry Larsen, moderator and pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, 
called the meeting to order. 

He stated that the purpose of the meeting was to present the names of the New 
Director of Missions Search Committee. 

Moder